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May 5, 2023

#15: Why we should prepare as catholics| 4 tiers of preparedness

There are many “what ifs” in preparing for any situation. BRC can help answer those critical questions.

Do you or anyone you know feel the world is out of order? Many people sense things are different, and as Catholics, we should not limit ourselves to learning what is necessary to stay safe and prepare for any situation. 

When it comes to survivability and learning from others, we need to learn how to adapt. Problems will always happen; therefore, we must prepare our minds and learn how to adapt to those situations. 

In this episode, Jordan and Doug talk about:

   The “why” behind the why
   The 4 tiers in the BREP course that will help you prepare
   Learning to adapt to changing situations 

 Don’t forget your pen and paper, and prepare to take action!
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Here’s a look at this episode…

  • [03:30] The water discussion 
  • [6:40] Surface knowledge does not equal skill
  • [15:00] The “why” behind the why
  • [19:40] What are the tiers for?
  • [20:15] The 5 basic needs in the BREP course 

      This episode is brought to you by the BR Emergency Preparedness Course. BREP is the only implementation course of its kind that not only shows you exactly how to prepare regardless of your vocation or age — but also why, as Catholics, we are obligated to prepare physically and spiritually. Head here to join us!

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