I grew up on Marvel comics and saw two Marvel movies this week. Yep, X-Men: First Class and Green Lantern whetted my craving for super heroes, action, and good American fun. Now all I needed was a dangerous zombie apocalypse.
But since I am an adult who oversees the security team at church, I looked in the more logical places for a zombie apocalypse and found one—right on the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Respectable, and always looking out for the American people, this website provided all I needed to know to prepare for the next, expected zombie apocalypse. Most of the supplies I already had in stock as I live in earthquake country. Thankfully, they recommend memorizing the phone number of your local zombie response team when “zombies take over entire countries, roam city streets eating anything living that get in their way.” (I’m contacting my local fire department to get the number. You might want to do the same.)
A zombie apocalypse is minor compared to the final apocalypse. To prepare for the zombie version, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To prepare for God’s version, read your Bible. Everything you need to know is in there.
So, what are you doing to prepare for (1) a zombie apocalypse and (2) a future Armageddon?
In Him together, Susan Gaddis