If you have experienced events like Hurricane Katrina, the Los Angeles Riots of 1992, or other major disasters, there is always an element of chaos that can threaten you and the safety of your loved ones.
Concerned that the end of days may be just around the corner, or that warnings from your Bible-believing grandmother might really be true?
Big rigs lined up like dominoes were swept away by a large, black twister going 260 miles per hour on April 29, 2011. A block away from his home, a man sits amongst the rubble as he peruses his family’s photo album. Homes and neighborhoods were replaced by piles of bricks, tile, wood, concrete, walls, trees, and personal belongings.
Imagine your vacationing in Australia, eager to put on your snorkeling gear and dive down to the Great Barrier Reef. You can’t wait to see the multi-colored coral and watch as the fish swim right before your eyes. Then, imagine torrential down pours that cause Queensland Australia to flood.
To date, Joplin, Missouri is still recuperating from the devastating tornado that tore through a six mile stretch in the center of the city. Rescuers fought the impeding rain and avoided down power lines as they sifted through the rubble searching for survivors.