Preparedness Survey
December 28th, 2022
The HF Preparedness Leadership Team has been diligently working over the past few months to provide you with information, reference and resource sites, training seminars, and workshop sessions to help...  Read More
Got Kids? Preparedness for the Whole Family
December 21st, 2022
When preparing for emergencies and disasters with children in mind, you’ll mostly store the same items you would for any adult in your house, with a few modifications (see below)....  Read More
How to Prepare for Lengthy Power Outage
December 14th, 2022
Many if not most of us have experienced a power outage of a couple of days—maybe from a wind or ice storm if you are from the northern parts of the country, or, a tornado or hurricane if you’re from t...  Read More
First Aid and Medicines
December 7th, 2022
Unfortunately, in many households’ preparedness efforts, first aid and medications are often overlooked and definitely underfunded. It’s probably the least glamorous of all the preparedness categories...  Read More
Keeping Your Household Safe in an Emergency
November 30th, 2022
A great way to think of emergency preparedness is as a three-pronged approach: home, work, and travel, all of which will have some degree of overlap. This article will focus on the home and specifical...  Read More
Emergency Equipment
November 23rd, 2022
With so many facets of Emergency Planning to consider, we sometimes overlook the aftermath. There is an initial rush of issues related to assessing an emergency and getting settled into the foreignnes...  Read More
Your Emergency Communication Plan
November 15th, 2022
You never know when an emergency might occur—and where you might be when it does. What happens if a disaster strikes when you and your family members are in different locations? How will you reach eac...  Read More
Emergency Water Storage
November 9th, 2022
You may be familiar with the “Rule of 3s,” which reminds us that we can live: -3 weeks without food -3 days without water -3 minutes without air...  Read More
Building Your Emergency Food Supply
November 2nd, 2022
The next step is your longer-term food supply and storage. A three-month supply is a good benchmark to start from, and you can work your way up from there, based on your household’s needs and desired ...  Read More
Light and Energy in an Emergency
October 26th, 2022
This issue will address the topic of light and energy in an emergency.But First . . .Let’s take inventory of what we’ve covered so far:Week 1 - The importance of COMMUNITY https://harborviewfellowship...  Read More
Beginner’s Guide to a Basic 72-Hour Preparedness Plan
October 19th, 2022
A 72-hour emergency kit is the absolute minimum every household should have. Most people believe the government and first responders will be there to help them in a disaster, but that is not true. Fir...  Read More
Miracle Ranch Service Opportunity
October 16th, 2022
Miracle Ranch has invited HF Families to join them in their mission to provide fun and festivity while sharing the Love of Jesus with all their guests! This is a great opportunity to serve as a family...  Read More