Ready For Anything: Preparing Your Heart and Home For Any Crisis Big Or Small
: There are those who've prepared, and those who wish they had. Let Ready for Anything be your go-to guide for facing any unexpected crisis with confidence. Bad stuff happens all the time--big stuff like hurricanes and wildfires, and...
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There are those who've prepared, and those who wish they had. Let Ready for Anything be your go-to guide for facing any unexpected crisis with confidence.
Bad stuff happens all the time--big stuff like hurricanes and wildfires, and smaller-scale yet no less devastating disasters like a sudden injury, job loss, or a computer crash. But this doesn't mean we have to live in constant fear.
For anyone who falls somewhere between "I'll trust God" and stocking a ten-year supply of canned pinto beans in the pantry, Ready for Anything gives finite simple steps for being proactive rather than reactive--preparing your mind, your heart, and your home for any unfortunate circumstance. Full of stories and humor along with facts, tips, and lists, Kathi offers a down-to-earth guide that will show you how to face the unexpected with confidence, relying on God's strength and plan rather than giving in to our fear and anxiety. Her step-by-step plan is easy to implement and will help any Christian become a better steward of their resources as well as be the neighbor who can help in a crisis rather than needing help themselves.
Ready for Anything will show you:
Practical strategies for building an emergency fund Indispensable tips for safeguarding your physical and digital valuables How to mentally, emotionally, and spiritually prepare your kids The power of pre-deciding your actions in response to an unexpected event How to create a five-minute plan and why you need it And so much more!
Kathi Lipp is a busy conference and retreat speaker, currently speaking each year to thousands of women throughout the United States. She is the author of The Husband Project and The Marriage Project and has had articles published in several magazines, including Today's Christian Woman and Discipleship Journal. Kathi and her husband, Roger, live in California and are the parents of four teenagers and young adults.