How to prepare for Christian Persecution
Get stuff ready, prepping

Christians and those who resist government protocols may soon have trouble buying, selling and remaining employed. Some credible Christians, think it could be the "Apocalypse" (Mat. 24Rev. 6-7). We "know not the hour" (Mat 23:13) so be financially and circumstantially responsible in this process. However, we need to prepare while there is still time. We have divided this topic into 4 separate articles:

  1. Spiritual Preparations
  2. Get stuff ready: prepping (This article)
  3. What to DO once persecution hits
  4. What to BELIEVE once persecution hits

Feel free to print or download these pages in case this site is censured. We hope to meet some of you.

Circumstantial preparation

Some readers have said this is an extreme list. However, we are convinced it will get so bad that these are necessary steps.

  • Move to the country: Consider chickens, rabbits and gardens, etc. There is a saying "prepping begins with a bug out bag and ends on a homestead".
  • If you stay in the city, have a plan to evacuate: Have a "bugout" knapsack with everything you need to survive 72 hours. Roads might be blocked and you may need to continue on foot, bicycle or motorcycle. NOTE: Some may be called by God to stay in the city to minister to the suffering.
  • Get off surveillance media: Smart speakers (Google Home, Alexa, Siri etc...) listen to you, track your location and online activity. Consider Brave browser, Duck Duck Go search, and Proton email instead of Google, Facebook, etc. Soon, we may need to ditch all online activity, and smartphones/smartwatches (Android, Apple, Fitbit, etc). Dumb flip phones will probably be OK for a while.
  • Store *at least* 3 months food and water: God can multiply food, but remember a lot of faithful Catholics died during the Irish patato famine. Mylar bags, oxygen absorbers and food grade bins can increase storage time. Rotate food to consume it before the expiry date. If you have the means, freeze drying food makes sense.
  • Stock non-perishables: Store tools, medical supplies, clothing and other non perishable provisions for as long ahead of time as is practical.
  • Develop practical skills: woodwork, metal work, welding, carpentry, building, ham radio, solar electricity, farming, gardening, sewing, fixing cars and bikes and small motors, raising animals, hunting, trapping, identifying plants to eat, first aid and medicine.
  • Plan for no gas, oil, propane, electricity or internet: There may be shortages or they may be denied to those not following government protocols.
  • Get in shape: Exercise and eat moderate amounts of good food, "boot camp" for the persecution.
  • Convert cash and investments into tangible assets: (barter goods) that can be used or traded in a social breakdown situation or in a Christian refuge. Gold or silver is better than stock investments and may work in the long term but won't have much barter value during famine, and the government might recall gold as it did in the US during the 1930's.
  • Consider Bitcoin, which is unique among cryptocurrencies. Buy it on an exchange and move it to a hardware wallet. In lawless Africa, people have thousands of dollars stored in Bitcoin just by memorizing their seed words (or writing them on paper in a safe place) even without computer or internet access. NOTE: Transactions require the internet and Bitcoin is disliked by governments, so don't rely on this.*
  • Store digital information locally: Move your digital content from Google drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, etc. to local digital hard drives. The internet might go down or be heavily censured.
  • Print out all bank information, deeds, titles: And other important documentation and store them in a safe water tight place. Consider waterproof paper copies (available at Staples copy centre)
  • Print this summary of what to believe when persecution hits

    This is a short form of the article on what to believe during persecution

    1. There are no aliens: they are demons
    2. Artificial intelligence (AI) isn't alive, has no soul or personhood. It's just 1's and 0's and may be used by demons
    3. Plants and animals are not persons: demons will speak through "animal mediums"
    4. Beware of fear mongering about global warming, comets, solar flares, or AI apocalypses
    5. Science is a tool not a religion, and it has been compromised to control the masses
    6. Decisions should be "Wisdom Driven" rather than "Data Driven". Data can be manipulated/incomplete
    7. There is no time travel
    8. Cyborg humanism is diabolical. Don't accept a computer/bio implant
    9. There is no such thing as a "quasi" human. Tragic experiments will be either 0% or 100% human
    10. No other being can be you, even if cloned
    11. One’s life is not one’s own, it is designed for spiritual success, don't commit suicide
    12. They can't read your mind
    13. Only God can raise the dead
    14. There is only one Creation
    15. All religions are NOT equal
    16. Don't let philosophy contradict common sense.
    17. Two contradictory assertions cannot be true. Don't obey an evil order.
    18. We were created male OR female. We would do well to reconcile with our God-given DNA and help others to do so.
    19. Don't second guess God-given reason
    20. The Bible is inerrant
    21. Biblical moral teachings are infallible
    22. Hang on to Truth, Goodness, and Beauty
    23. Heaven and hell are real
    24. Reject those who claim to be divine. When Jesus comes, it will be sudden with east to west brilliance.
    25. Each member of the Holy Family remained celibate, with no natural descendants
    26. Jesus was fully God on earth. Not just a teacher or a human who achieved "Christ-consciousness"
    27. God never changes and is exactly 3 Persons
    28. Only 3 sources of power. (1) Natural/material: can be good OR bad (2) Supernatural: via Jesus (or his Church) ALWAYS good (3) Preternatural: diabolical ALWAYS bad
    29. In this life, you can always repent, but don't use this as an excuse to sin
    30. The coming dystopia will be short, about 3.5 to 7 years (Dan. 12, Rev. 7). Stay strong and hang in!

* Disclaimer: This is not financial or health advice. Get financial and health advice from multiple competent sources and make informed decisions.