We are in Aransas Pass, TX helping folks affected by Hurricane Harvey.  This is where the eye came through.  There's a lot of damage still and many needs.  We'll be helping with some rebuilds.  We need YOU!   Click here to learn about joining us in the field.  If you can help with our expenses, click "Donate Now" at the top of the page.  Please keep us and those affected in your prayers that all would be drawn to Jesus.
As Christians we are called to be prepared in season and out of season to preach the Word!  We preach the
Word, more often than not, with our actions, not always with our words!  Our actions should display a Godly
character that always draws others to Christ.

We should all be prepared to help others.  If we aren't prepared for a disaster to strike that will enable us
to take care of ourselves, our families, our churches and/or our businesses, then we will not be able to help
take care of the needs of others.  If a disaster hits our area and we aren't prepared then we immediately
become a liability to our community instead of an asset!  (I call this a double negative!)  We have a
responsibility to take care of those that the Lord has put under our care.  God has called us to our
Jerusalem first!  Are you, your family, your church and/or your business prepared?  If not, get prepared! 
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The following is a list of articles that we have found useful for preparing for different types of disasters
and responses to disasters.  This list is not to be considered complete or to list everything that you need to
know, it is for informational purposes only.  It is not to be considered in any way that this list will tell you
everything you need to know concerning a disaster or preparing for one or for responding to or preparing
to respond to a disaster.  Calvary Relief and their affiliates are in no way suggesting that the articles listed
on this page or any other page on this website are complete and what may or may not be required for your
home and your area, they are simply listed for informational purposes only and not to be construed as
otherwise.  Click on the document name to view the document in another window on your computer.

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General Preparedness:
Ø Are You Ready-An In Depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness (FEMA)
Ø Emergency Preparedness Checklist
Ø Disaster Prep for People With Disabilities (FEMA)
Ø Family Communication Plan (FEMA)
Ø Atlantic Basin Hurricane Tracking Chart
Ø Against The Wind-Protecting Your Home Against Wind Damage
Ø Six Ways to Protect Your House From Flooding (FEMA)
Ø Family Disaster Plan (Red Cross)
Ø Preparing Your Business For The Unthinkable (Red Cross)

Ø Individuals & Families Checklist
Ø Faith Based Communities Checklist
Ø Business Checklist

Ø Earthquake Preparedness

Ø Recommended Flood Cleanup Procedures
Ø Flood Cleanup Needs List
Ø Flood Buckets
Ø Flood Cleanup & the Air in Your Home

General Response:
Ø Relief Pack Info

Insurance Claims:
Ø Insurance Document Help
Ø Home Contents Spread Sheet-you should use a computer to fill this out, file is large

Winterizing Your Home:
Ø An article concerning keeping your pipes from freezing should you loose utilities