The Union Creek Journal

A Chronicle of Survival

2012 LDS Preparedness Manual

Although The Union Creek Journal’s final entry has been posted and I’m working on the sequel, from time to time I’ll still post items that I think may be of interest to my readership here on the UCJ blog.

One of those items is the LDS Preparedness Manual.  The new 2012 version is out and available for free download.  WARNING: You must provide an e-mail address to access the free version of the manual.  However, I gave them my e-mail address some time ago and the only e-mails I have received have been notifications of new versions of the manual being available.

Regardless of your religious leanings and/or affiliation, if any, the LDS Preparedness Manual is an excellent resource for those looking to safeguard themselves against the potential of coming disasters.  I’ve utilized the manual myself for several years and highly recommend it – especially to those who are just beginning the preparedness journey.

Here is the link to the manual: LDS Preparedness Manual

Enter your e-mail and download the manual at your own risk.  As I said, I haven’t had any problems, but that’s not to say that the manual (or anything else that you download from the Web) is 100% safe.  The manual is in PDF format and PDF’s have been known to represent something of a security risk.  As with anything downloaded from the Web, be sure to adequately scan the manual for viruses, malware and other electronic nastiness.

Be prepared,

Toby

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