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Patriot Express Newsletter Edition #142

Fellow Patriots,

Greetings and welcome to the Patriot Express Newsletter Edition #142. Thanks for sharing your time with us here at the PENL and Hope for Survival. We welcome readers daily from around America and beyond. On this New Year's Eve, we pray for peace, warmth, and joy, for each of you. We can agree It has been a hard year for many through 2021. I hope you can stop what you are doing and find a few minutes to give thanks for the positive things in your life.

It was another crazy week here at HFS with another trip covering 800 miles, four states, three family Christmas stops, and meeting with a group of Patriots in central NC to discuss the formation of another HFS group/tribe/node in their area. I appreciate the opportunity to spend time with them sharing the HFS mission and goals for 2022. Thank you for your time. The event was put together by two of our longtime HFS Patriot sisters who continue working hard on their own preparedness planning and also forming a community group. It was great to see them again and spend time with them at their home and in a group setting location. Of course, I left their location with a gift of amazing homemade treats which I love. Cherry and Apple pie filling, and jams and jellies. I know you can't see my smile but I'm daydreaming of some hot biscuits and these goodies spread on them. Our meeting ran long so we didn't get to grab lunch together however we did enjoy a good old-fashioned picnic on a tailgate enjoying homemade sausage balls, cheese, chips and dip. Yum, yum. Thank you so much for your wonderful treats and kindness. Spending time with our HFS family is the best.

One of the things HFS does not advertise often enough is genuine hearts and character of our Patriot family. Stories of Patriot members taking time to travel to other locations to help one another out with needs. No matter what happens in 2022, we have had this blessing in life to meet one another and become family. Fellow Patriots, thank you and know, it does not go unnoticed or realized how kind all of you are. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

This edition will post as we close out 2021 and celebrate the start of a new year and 2022. Are you ready? You may ask "ready for what?" Closing out 2021? Shutting out the memories of the past year which impacted so many fellow Patriots in many ways? At least four of our HFS Patriot families lost loved ones in 2021. I know, some not so good ways huh. Sadly, many of the things impacting us are out of our control however we must adapt and brace ourselves for more of the same in 2022. We know it's coming, and the positive side of this situation is we have had plenty of warning to start our preparedness planning. Right? You are currently living in changed times with high inflation, gas prices, food prices, unavailable medical needs, job losses, closed family businesses, and more. If you are still waiting and wondering, you missed the bus.

I was driving down the interstate this week and this means my brain was in gear thinking about things going on around us, past and future. Through many conversations I have had, I witness many feeling trapped and unable to move forward because they can't get past events in 2020 and 2021. My thoughts reminded me of an event that occurred during Christmas with my youngest grandson who is 3 1/2. He is a really smart young man but equally funny. I was outside shooting basketball with our granddaughter as the sun went down and our grandson was yelling "it's getting dark, you better come in the house." I took a picture of him as he yelled at us. While driving and thinking, the picture entered my thoughts as a depiction of what many describe to me as the inability to get out of the mindset, they are in. The light for 2021 is closing and we all must remember and learn from it but brace for what could be next.

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I want to give a shout out of thanks to those who took advantage of the HFS Christmas special on book set purchases in December. Thanks for your support to HFS and helping get a good start on 2022 support to the local food bank we support with all proceeds. Thanks to our Patriot sister in Indiana and our newest HFS Patriot sister in central NC who purchased six sets of books. After meeting and chatting we came to the realization we had previously met at Heritage Life Skills in the past. We welcome her to the HFS family.

Thursday Zoom Rallies – No Zoom rally this week or next. The HFS Thursday evening zoom rally will resume the first Thursday in January. 2022.

Hope for Survival YouTube and Odysee Channels- I posted a new video to YouTube last week for your enjoyment. I had the opportunity to record an interview with my two granddaughters discussing preparedness from their perspective. We then went through a preparedness backpack discussing different resources and what they are used for. We also talked about the importance of developing emergency plans for their home. It was enjoyable to hear their points made on the important need for developing preparedness plans for our youth. Here is the link to the new video.

If you have not already, please consider subscribing to the HFS YouTube and HFS Odysee channels. We would appreciate your consideration. Because I still work a full-time day job, time is limited, and I have not been able to set up a routine schedule for recording and posting videos yet. Thanks for hanging with me. Share the link with family and friends.

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Hope for Survival books: You can obtain information on the two HFS books at this link: Survival, Preparedness, Disaster Management for individuals or family (

Hope for Survival - How Food, Water, Shelter, and Security Could Save Your Life (Book 1)

Hope for Survival - The Mindset (Book 2)

We must make this brief public announcement to protect the innocent.

Ding, Ding, Ding....Attention HFS readers..... Opinions shared in this newsletter are just that, opinions, and nothing more. Read at your own risk. The owner and author of this site is not responsible for hurt feelings or thin-skinned readers. I do my best to show restraint and respect to the best extent possible. I take as many precautions as possible and try to remain as nonpolitical as possible, however, there are times when I just can't help but point certain things out. Occasionally I use words only Patriots recognize and understand. It's not personal against any non-Patriot. It's just the truth. Sometimes we must pull up our spenders and suck it up. Just saying. Stay the course, read what you want, and avoid the rest. Avoid fear porn as much as possible and the day will be okay. When all else fails… Keep the faith and always have Hope.

Let’s move along and get to some thoughts...

Thoughts for the week

To close out 2021, HFS would like to provide some final thoughts and comments. Here are some final thoughts:

Pondering on the mountain from Festus

I don’t know about you but I need to feel like I am accomplishing something toward a goal, or I have a hard time relaxing at the end of the day. The day may not have allowed me to do a lot toward an objective but if I did a little something then I can feel ok about it. Those little things add up over a period of time. For instance, in the short winter days when there is maybe a half hour of daylight left when I finish with my day job and a wood pile needs moved to the porch, even if I can only haul a couple wheelbarrow loads of wood, I have accomplished something and by the end if the week the job is usually done which frees up a chunk of time to do something else on Saturday. (Remember the childhood story of the tortoise and the hare? The tortoise was relentless in moving forward but not in the flashy way the hare did. But every time I read the story the tortoise won.)

Part of accomplishing things is to evaluate the status of things periodically. Thus, an annual event for me is to reflect back over the last year to remember the challenges and successes of the previous year, to take an inventory of what was planned vs accomplished in the areas of life that are important to me. Then I project forward toward the new year before me and look at the big picture of where I am and what needs to be done and what I want to do before getting down in the weeds of how exactly I plan to do those things.

This week I took advantage of the unusually warm weather and sat in my “reflecting” chair on the deck with a hot cup of tea. This has certainly been a hard year full of hard work, sweat, further preparations made in several areas, financial challenges, decisions made that will have ongoing ramifications in multiple areas, mental stress of gathering and constantly rearranging data points in analysis and mental gymnastics with myself and Bravo Echo. To sum it up, while it has been a difficult year and an unsettling year in many ways, it has also been a good year because we made it thru, accomplished some goals, enjoyed some laughs along the way, and hopefully helped others do the same.

As we cross the threshold into 2022, I can’t help but think about what it may hold for us. I have some challenges to deal with, such as declining health of immediate family members and taking over all of those responsibilities, and the planned retirement from corporate America was accelerated by a year due to decisions made by current occupants of various governmental offices. This greatly affects the homesteading efforts going forward in both positive and negative ways.

While the specifics of these challenges may be new to me, they will be met like countless other challenges have been met in past years……actions planned and executed a little every day. What gives me pause though is what is coming at us in the bigger picture. I don’t think there is a need to recap the long and growing list of things we cover in this newsletter or the zoom meetings. But when you look at the various areas of troubles and the multiple ways, we are being attacked it should make us all reach deep down inside to know what our strengths are and how to use them. I don’t have a lot of the answers that I want. But looking at things outside my comfort zone and being open to how those may affect me, and then taking action to prepare for those things as best I can, helps give me the confidence that I am doing what I can. And that’s what I am supposed to do.

I don’t see things getting any easier in 2022 and I think we are in for increasingly harder times in various areas. In a way some things may seem a little easier since we may be getting acclimated to a “new normal” but don’t be lulled into a false sense of security or acceptance. Look back over the last several decades and observe how society, government, and justice have changed from what most of us grew up with. And also, how our lives have been changed and how the pace of change is constantly increasing. Is there any reason to think these changes or speed of implementation will slow down or even stop? I don’t think so.

I may not know the specifics, but as I pondered on what is coming in 2022, my thoughts turned into a prayer for wisdom and discernment; His continued provision, protection, and patience with me; to be found worthy in His sight; to know beyond any doubt I am in His will and to have the strength and energy to follow Him. To heal loved ones and the nation as only He can do.

Whether you are a person of faith or not, hopefully you are seeking information, will use it wisely, and will take the best actions that you can for yourself and your loved ones.

As we go forward, I hope that our paths cross more often and with a common purpose.

Festus out.

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A time for reflection and a prayer for internal peace, HOPE, and focus in 2022 by Bravo Echo

As 2021 winds down and the clock ticks towards midnight to bring in 2022, I find myself trying to put all the events of 2021 in a mental basket and all the positive events in a separate mental basket. It has been a crazy year in so many ways and for so many. I could ask "what comes next in 2022" but I would stop myself to ask, "what about today?" You see we must make the most of each day we live, or we will end up like many who lived through 2021 and accomplished little in their preparedness planning. This is not a criticism or insult; I'm simply sharing what I often see and my pointing it out is in the best interest of those who my point could apply. We are living in the early stages to rougher days ahead. How much further warning must one have to realize the potential of some rough periods ahead? As we travel forward in time, individual focus on task needing attention is a must. If we wake up tomorrow and everything that was, is no longer, are you ready to be alone and deal with what is presented to you?

One of the most often prayers I pray over the past 20 to 30 years is a prayer for peace. Not just peace in the world and our nation but peace in our hearts and peace in our family. It is common knowledge in my family during the holidays when one asks me "what would I like as a gift," I simply tell them I would love to see peace in everything. Imagine a world with peace. No wars, a nation united with peace, and citizens with no anger or hatred towards another. Peace could be a beautiful thing, right? This year for Christmas our oldest granddaughter (11) took the time to pick out and paint a wooden piece that I can keep on my desk near me is in the picture below. Yes, this is my greatest wish for mankind. Peace. A daily prayer and wish for everyone.

While spending 20 years in the military and the last nine of the 20 years being fast paced with a high operational tempo to deploy and complete missions, training and mindset prepared me for the things I would see and do. I don't talk about it very much because I really don't want to do so and sharing it with someone who wasn't there doesn't really make sense to them, or me. Back then it was a way of life, and our task was to complete a mission and often to save lives of the innocent. It never made sense how nations could remain at war internally between tribes and religious factions. People torturing other humans in ways beyond civilized. Was this really the best humans had to offer to society? Such hatred ravished their hearts and souls. Honestly it was like watching a movie or going back in time. I was so thankful to know in the back of my mind someday I would be back in America and would kiss the ground in thanks after a prayer of thankfulness to return home. You see, not everyone has the freedoms to know peace or prayer. For many, each day was a battle to survive and find food, water, and avoid the enemy faction. That is the case in our nation as well. Oh, they have the ability to pray and be thankful, they simply choose to not do it because they are prostitutes to a system and dependent upon others. Personally, I never believed what we witness today in America would happen here on our soil. Don't get me wrong, it is still happening around the world. Folks are now sensitized through the internet and the national news rarely mentions it because it is not part of their agenda.

We are good people, and we want to make a difference. We are the land of the free and home of the brave. Yes, we still are. It is others who are chosen by good people to represent our values and beliefs as Americans, not political parties. And while the chosen are failing us in government and the pulpits around America, families grow further divided over issues being politicized for political gain. Now to be fair, many blame the church for part of our nation's problems, and they should. We must also consider the fact to the number of church heads who are being targeted by the woke crowd and leadership at the top of their organization. Many pastors are not allowed to preach from their heart but forced to deliver politically correct messages or as I call it the "buffet" style worship service. Simplifying it, imagine if we had peace in our homes, families, and communities, the impact it could have locally and all the way to the state capitol. But we first must fix the problems in our own home and family first before opening the door to stand up for our beliefs outside. We must also have solutions before throwing rocks about problems around us. The individual stress created by the world around us is decimating families and homes. If we are divided in our home, how do we expect to overcome the problems around us?

One of the greatest General Officers I served while in uniform spent his entire 30 plus year career defending our nation and putting his life on the line as a Green Beret and eventual Delta Force Operator and Delta Force Commander, He had the power to unleash destruction and chaos on the enemy. He was highly respected and a man of few words. A humble man who spoke firm but gentle. He knew each decision made could cost a human life and likely the life of one of our great nation's warriors. Yes, he had that much power, but he was a man of peace and of prayer. Before each and every mission update or brief he would be left alone in his makeshift office behind a door or cover to pray for wisdom to make the right decision.

Why am I sharing all of this with you to close out 2021? Good question.

For me, part of my ability to deal with things and overcome them is through prayer and what we are doing in HFS to prepare and help others be prepared. As time passes, how we focus and spend each day is important. We must be flexible, focused, and dedicated to our faith and family. We will see continued attacks on the unvaccinated and people of faith. Current indicators would suggest major shortages in food and associated goods to grow, preserve, and store it. HFS has been pointing these things out for nearly 20 months or more and issues causing these problems remain unfixed. I don't think anyone would believe we will witness fixes in 2022. Where does that leave us?

I can't stress this enough to you. Just like the period of my life working for the General Officer previously mentioned, our individual focus on details locally, which is where most events impacting you will occur, is critical to our ability to survive daily. Let me repeat this again. Our focus locally on the events and task at hand will be the difference in most Patriots ability to survive most disasters. So many people are waiting on answers to come to them vs getting up and out of their front door to resolve issues and provide the solution to get the answer. Let me pose this question to all of us. Who will give you the immediate answers needed when you wake up tomorrow and the world has changed? No power, no internet, no group or team, no HFS Signal or Zoom, and no one for you to ask to resend something to you because you failed to save documents recommended for your paper library. Now what? What is your plan under this scenario? Let me ask you this, would this apply to you in 2021? Are you going to change it in 2022 to make a difference in your life and your family's life as well? Only YOU can change it. Be a leader and not a follower.

With all the above stated, I want to share a bigger and better positive outlook I do believe to be true. We have a choice. We can stay captive to the doom and gloom and all the things occurring globally and nationally, or we can realize how blessed we are as people. We can be sucked into psychological psychosis, or we can focus on our strengths, faith, and family. It is a choice and one everyone should address immediately. Evil will win if we succumb to it. Our faith and understanding of God's words to us means should be our strength and foundation. I have heard comments such as "If God is real, why are we seeing so much evil around us?" Read the Bible. Every day we wake up, breath, walk, touch, and function is a blessing and another day of life. We are given another day to make a difference. Help yourself. Help your family. Help a stranger. Build bonds and strengths with others around you. For many, some days are so negative and full of bad news, reaching out with a smile or helping hand could be the difference for changing the day. Giving another person HOPE cost us nothing and could be equally rewarding.

I have often shared often how I have been at peace the past two years. I have felt disappointment, hurt, and a lack of understanding in areas just like anyone else. We are human. But we must make choices for us and not allow others to make evil and negative choices against our beliefs and strengths. We must stand for the good of our family, friends, community and nation. If a person is so beaten down and negative, how on earth will they lead their family when things get worse? Find peace and a solid foundation to stand on. It has always been there for you. Grasp it and hold it tight. Above all, pray fervently and often.

Festus and I dig into the vile stories and news daily to continue putting the puzzle together. For over ten years we have stayed balanced and kept our feet grounded in our faith and strengths to not allow evil take control of our heart and mind. It can happen and we have witnessed others who get captured and never get out. We will share things we believe important and could impact you in some way. What you do with it is up to you.

In closing out 2021, I want to personally thank you for your support, friendship, family bond, hard work and commitment to your own personal preparedness and helping others. No matter what happens in 2022, I believe we all are better people and mentally and physically better prepared for whatever we encounter going forward. I can safely and confidently say, you are not a number or name, you are family to each of us at HFS.

I want to thank Ms. Lucy and Festus for their ongoing support to me and HFS over 2021. It was our busiest year as we continue to build HFS. Sometimes the days are very long and exhausting which makes it very hard to communicate thoughts developed by the end of the day. I appreciate your patience with me. As this train rolls forward into 2022, we must continue doing our best to help others be better prepared with accurate news, quality preparedness planning and methods to achieve same. Thanks for being part of this effort. I'm blessed and a better person because of you and the HFS family.

Happy New Year and a healthy and blessed 2022.

Love and Prayers to all,

Bravo Echo out

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January 6, 2021 - We may have witnessed the largest protest in American history that was promoted and delivered as a peaceful protest against the results of the United States 2020 Presidential election. Hundreds of thousands rallied on Washington D.C. where the Federal Government erected miles of barricades, roadblocks, with thousands of armed police officers. The Patriots from across America and around the world marched on the U.S. Capitol Building after hearing President Donald Trump speak. The response and aftermath continue to date and Jan 6 Patriots continue to be held in solitary confinement without proper legal representation and due rights under the Constitution. Elected officials within our government remain silent to the abuse taking place. Not only physical and mental abuse against American citizens but judicial abuse against the laws of our land. These are employs of "we the people" and paid through the taxes are dollars fund. Why are none of our elected officials raising the red flag and fighting for the rights of those confined? It does not matter if you are a Democrat or Republican, we are guaranteed equal rights until proven guilty. Imagine one of the citizens being confined, abused, and tortured to be your loved one.

Ms. Lucy recently shared a podcast hosted by Dennis Prager where he interviewed one of the political prisoners being held in solitary confinement in Washington D.C. for being accused of participating in the January 6, 2021 and trespassing on the Capitol grounds. While listening, keep in mind this is an American citizen and this is America.

The following video compilation from January 6, 2021 is graphic and laced with profanity throughout. If you have timid ears, I would discourage you from watching it. For those proceeding, watch through to the end and listen closely to what is spoken or printed on the screen. A few segments will offer split or a tri-screen of videos showing the Patriots peacefully demonstrating, and another group which is believed to be agitators possibly from another hate group trying to draw attention against the Patriots.

Just like many others who served in uniform at some point in life, we served to protect and defend our great nation and the laws instilled from our founding fathers. This applies to all Americans regardless of political beliefs. I stood and witnessed these type events numerous times on foreign soil and reminded myself how thankful I was our great nation never suffered through events of this nature. Now, I weep at the lasting scar that has been placed in the history books with how this has been handled by the greatest nation God blessed the world with. I pray to God for forgiveness and rightful justice on those who allowed this to occur and cost innocent people their life.

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I wanted to share a book with you Ms. Lucy gifted me at Christmas. I have only been able to spend about one hour in it so far, but it is really outstanding. It is titled The Lost Super Foods - 126+ Survival Foods and Tips for Your Stockpile by Claude Davis, Art Rude, Lex Rooker, and Fred Dwight. You may recognize Claude Davis from the Ask a Prepper website. This book is worthy of adding to your library.

And those are my thoughts for the week.

Preparedness News

1. From Ryan M. - The Tiny Life - How To Start A Compost Pile For Beginners - The Tiny Life - Ms. Lucy started learning and collecting compost roughly 18 months ago and as I watch her progress I am intrigued to see positive results in her effort. It doesn't take a lot of time or effort weekly to do composting. You can pretty much compost in any environment with effort. Give it a shot.

2. From Dr. Joseph Alton - Survival Medicine - Bartering And Medical Supplies | Doom and Bloom (TM) - This is excellent information to read, understand, and collect for your paper library. I would also encourage you to obtain a copy of Dr. Alton's newest book titled Survival Medicine Handbook. Yes, it is pricey, but consider the time and effort put into the information. What is your life worth to you in dollar value?

3. From John Fahley - Survivalist Blog - Are Preppers Really Hoping for SHTF? | The Survivalist Blog - This is an outstanding question everyone should ask. Sounds crazy, doesn't it? Who on earth would want such a thing to happen? I spend a lot of time with like-minded preparers, preppers, survivalist, and other walks of life. I have walked away from many with the same question. It does seem some wish for such SHTF type events to occur because many believe their knowledge, resources, and efforts will prove to suffice. This is a very skewed mindset to live with. One is to think they are skilled enough to go head on with the unknown, and the second is a belief they can handle any SHTF situation because they read books and spend a couple hundred bucks to buy a survival bag and a 72-hour food kit. For those of us who may have lived through such a situation at some point in life, red lights and yield signs pop up all over the place. When a person starts to have these beliefs and stops learning because they are smart enough to survive the unknown, I would caution anyone nearby to find a new friend to learn from and plan a survival retreat with. Just saying...

4. From Bob Rodgers - Preppers Will - Tips For Managing And Using Your Woodlot ( - It is rare to find free time however one of the things I enjoy is watching and learning what landowners do with all the resources available to them such as water, trees (downed and upright), and so forth. Do they use the wood for anything other than burning and heat? When I travel to the mountain to visit Festus, I always enjoy seeing new adventures he is working or has completed involving trees. Another Patriot sister in western NC has utilized resources from her land to improve visibility, but also put in secondary water lines, ram pumps, and gain water sources. When you look across your land, what do you see? Do you vision changes and updates that will improve what preparedness steps are available to you? Maybe a short distance firing range? How about a small fruit orchard, or additional raised bed garden boxes? How about some bee boxes, a green house, or some animals?

5. From Rich Murphy - Homestead Survival Site - How to Hide Survival Caches on Your Property - Homestead Survival Site - Establishing a cache is a very important part of your preparedness planning. It can be part of your emergency evacuation planning for your family. The 3 AM fire alarm sending you in the freezing rain with no coats or change of clothing. Imagine if you had a cache in your outbuilding with blankets, warm clothing, shoes and cash to help you rent a hotel for the night. i can what if you all day long as to why you should do this. Will you? That remains the question.

Other News -

1. From Chris Martenson - Peak Prosperity - Peter McCullough Tells All | Peak Prosperity -If only those who believe the nonsense would listen to these professionals to help move this fiasco down the field. I try to avoid posting politics and/or covid information often but this is one we all should check out.

2. From NC Scout - American Partisan - 100 Years of Conspiracy to Destroy American Freedom - American Partisan - Yea, I know, another story only those in tune and in line with the message will hear and understand. Others will continue on singing "We are the world; we are the children" like the problem really rest at the feet of freedom loving Constitutional Patriots. Yawn......Just saying. Oh, this is a good message by NC Scout.

3. From Martin Armstrong - Armstrong Economics - The Catacomb Pact – Pope Francis & Schwab | Armstrong Economics - If you believe events in history occur in cycles over time you should follow Martin Armstrong. A good friend turned me on to MA about ten years ago and I'm glad he did.

4. From Tyler Durden - Zero Hedge - China Panic-Hoards Half Of World's Grain Supply Amid Threats Of Collapse | ZeroHedge - Like HFS has been saying in past PENL articles and zoom rallies, forget all the crazy things happening around us, prepare, prepare, prepare. The world is bracing for food shortages and many other events. What are you waiting for? (Thanks Festus for sharing this article)

5. From Patricia Henry - American Partisan - Entering The American Twilight Zone - American Thinker - Reading through this article reminded of many past comments and points HFS has been making about psychological paralysis gripping many good people and keeping them from escaping the realities of a gripping control events hold on them. Break free and get your house in order and a preparedness plan in place. (Thanks Festus for sharing this article. History continues on the path we projected 10 years ago, huh?)

Drum roll...........

That's all my Patriot brothers and sisters.

Prayers - Please keep our great nation, our elected leaders, military and first responders in your thoughts and prayers. We pray for good health and wisdom. Please pray for our leadership to find answers and guidance to the problems facing our great nation. May your faith remain strong and answers to the unknown provided. God is good and may our prayers blanket and protect you and your circumstances. I pray for each, and every one of our Patriots.

May we pray for all the blessings and things in life to be thankful about and continued hope for revival around the world. We must continually pray for the unsaved, our family and friends who live each day without the protection for eternal life and salvation.

Please pray for many of our HFS sisters and brothers who currently battle Covid-19. We pray for your strength and quick recovery. Take care of yourself and focus on you through this process.

Even with all the worldly challenges, struggles, and heartbreaks we must always give thanks for the blessings in our own life and our family each day. Life can be hard and sometimes unfair to us, but we still have many things to be thankful for each day. We must not forget them.

As we have prayer needs for answers to health and family matters, we also have prayers of thanks for recent health answers and recoveries.

We all must pray strong and often for the citizens of our great nation. Many of our sisters and brothers are struggling daily with things they witness, encounter, and are surprised with out of the norm. Many times, we are in unchartered areas, however, we still must keep our faith and focus on the big picture. Our prayers and faithful strength together will be required often to battle the evils being thrown upon all of us minute by minute.

As Patriots we must stay strong and never give up. Our home, community and nation needs us now more than ever. Stay focused on your local community and things that will impact you around the nation. Don't allow the events around you to create fear in your life. Build your own self-reliance and focus on hope. Remember we are a blessed nation and we must continue to be great people today and make a better tomorrow. Keep charging.


Bravo Echo Out,

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