Who Am I?

In case you are wondering; my life goals are to be who God has called me to be.

That is:

the love of my husband, whose heart trusts in me

the nurturer and co-trainer of my children, in the Lord

keeper of my home

guardian of the Truth

a watchman on the wall

to grow my own food (as the Lord provides)

to raise some productive chickens to supplement the above

to mind my own business

to live simply and practically

speak words of wisdom and kindness

to be holy as He is Holy

to do all for His glory

That is the summary of who I am.

The Coming Zombie Apocalypse? Or Mass Demonic Possessions?

Not for the….well, anyone really. My jaw literally dropped. Here I thought all this talk of a “zombie apocalypse” was just another way demons are receiving attention and “entertaining” humankind. Guess watching such shows isn’t enough. Now they’ve moved on to the real thing, or at least as close as they can get. Highly disturbing.

Time To Wake Up News

PHOTO: Zombies stumble across the East Plaza of the U.S. Capitol to promote ‘The Warehouse: Project 4.1’ urban haunted house in Rockville, Maryland, on Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

Washington (CNN) — Never fear the night of the living dead — the Pentagon has got you covered.

From responses to natural disasters to a catastrophic attack on the homeland, the U.S. military has a plan of action ready to go if either incident occurs.

It has also devised an elaborate plan should a zombie apocalypse befall the country, according to a Defense Department document obtained by CNN.

In an unclassified document titled “CONOP 8888,” officials from U.S. Strategic Command used the specter of a planet-wide attack by the walking dead as a training template for how to plan for real-life, large-scale operations, emergencies and catastrophes.

And the Pentagon says there’s a reasonable explanation.

“The document is identified as a training tool…

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Shock FedGov Court Ruling: Police Can Kick In Your Door and Seize Guns Without Warrant or Charges



By Mac Slavo

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals may have just dealt a serious blow to the U.S. Constitution.

In a unanimous decision earlier this month the Court determined that law enforcement officers are not required to present a warrant or charges before forcibly entering a person’s home, searching it, and confiscating their firearms if they believe it is in the individual’s best interests.

The landmark suit was brought before the court by Krysta Sutterfield of Milwaukee, who had recently visited a psychiatrist for outpatient therapy resulting from some bad news that she had received. According to court records Sutterfield had expressed a suicidal thought during the visit, perhaps tongue-in-cheek, when she said “I guess I’ll go home and blow my brains out.” This prompted her doctor to contact police.

For several hours the police searched for Sutterfield, speaking with neighbors and awaiting her return home. They received an update…

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