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Welcome to The Prepper Chaplain’s web site. I’m just a regular guy with a sort of calling. I have been in training for this calling all of my life. My intent for this site is to provide a service for encouragement and ministry to all Faiths and Seekers of those preparing for disastrous times and possible life changing events in the future.

I’m a Prepper, He’s a Prepper, She’s a Prepper, wouldn’t you like to be a Prepper too?

Being a Prepper isn’t just about having beans, bullets and band-aides stocked and ready to go. I truly believe the best prep goes on between the ears and in the heart. Simply put, when a crisis hits and things change suddenly and drastically, your whole mental, emotional and spiritual self must be at the top of your game if you are going to survive.

Please know that any advertising, recommendations, affiliate merchants and other monetizations of this site are so I can more fully dedicate myself to the services offered here.

I thank you for visiting. I appreciate what you do for me, my family and those to which I’m privileged to affect with this site.

There are many preparedness and survival sites on the internet today that have a wealth of information. I’ve learned a lot on YouTube with many I follow that intend to teach, share and inform. This site is going to be a little different simply because my path has been quite different than many to this point. I hope you consider some of the unusual things I have to share and they are a blessing to you. I have an eclectic style of writing and sharing but hope to bring things together that will inform and prepare. I will make every effort to provide accurate information and hope for your input for any corrections where I fail that accuracy.

We prepare for the worst and hope for the best. None of us know for sure something cataclysmic is going to happen, but just look at the mass tragedy we’ve had in the last few years with hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods and fires. Most of us think, that will never happen to me. I guarantee that’s what those affected by those disasters thought at one time too. Being prepared isn’t about being fearful but about being confident that if or when disaster strikes in your neighborhood, you are ready. That should bring peace of mind and instill a confidence that overcomes the fear so prevalent in today’s fragile world.

Again, Thanks for visiting this site. If there is anything I can do for you, please see my contact page.

Blessings of Peace and Joy!
May the Source be with You,