After the Collapse – How Will We Pick Up the Pieces? – Part 2

It’s not out of the realm of possibility that, one of these days, we could be living in a world that looks more like the nineteenth century than the 21st century. It could be the result of an EMP. Or it could be that pockets of the country will experience mind-blowing natural disasters.

Or we could continue to see life as we know it decline as society dies the death of a thousand cuts.

Whatever the case, what will we do after the collapse? How will we put the pieces back together?

This week on DestinySurvival Radio I’m presenting the second of two conversations I had back in 2012 with Pastor Vance Lindstrom, author of the book Rebuilding a Village. What we talked about is still just as relevant today.

It’s anybody’s guess as to exactly what will happen after a collapse. So many have their featured scenarios. But one thing’s for sure. It looks like a matter of when, not if one is coming.

A number of people predict the economy will come crashing down further than it already has. It wouldn’t take much to bring down our economic house of cards.

What I don’t hear much of is meaningful solutions. Vance Lindstrom offers solutions in his book. That’s the main reason you should have a copy in your survival library.

Hear my second conversation with Vance Lindstrom by listening to DestinySurvival Radio for July 16, 2015. (Right click to download.) Get your copy of Rebuilding a Village by clicking on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. That takes you to the page where you can place your order.

Are you looking ahead to rebuilding society? Are you involved in a group that’s preparing for the aftermath of a collapse? Why not share Rebuilding a Village with your prepper group?

What about meeting the needs of people right now? For example, does your church or other cific group have a garden? Ever had a canning party? What about classes in firearms training and self defense?

Click here for Part 1.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.