Proverbs 31 Prepper
Proverbs 31 Prepper book
Here is the NEW ARRIVAL of the Proverbs 31 Prepper book. Read for yourself the simple steps to feed your family well at all times. A great resource for planning, preparing and pleasing your family with foods that nourish and satisfy.
Learn from Annette Reeder, The Biblical Nutritionist, the 4 essential steps to feed your family well during difficult times such as: financial crises, illness, and loss of job, and also during times of plenty.
A well nourished family is one that is strong, healthy and a glorifying example of God's goodness. This book covers the essential steps to make that happen.
Proverbs 31 Prepper Seminar - perfect for groups of all ages and sizes!
"Loved the class, very informative. I feel more confident in getting my family prepared nutritionally." Sharon
"Excellent class and I look forward to learning more as I go through the book." Anne
"Very informative - enjoyed the class - always leaves me wanting more." Kay
"Class had good content and enjoyed sampling the different prepared foods." Connie
"Thank you Annette for using your God-given talents. Sharing what you have learned is such a blessing." Amy
"The class was very informative and loved the foods." Cathy
Proverbs 31 Prepper Seminar:
Learn the 4 essential steps to feed your family well during difficult times and ALSO times of pleasure. This class covers it all from cooking, preparing, preserving, gardening, praise, worship, and so much more. A delight to your senses as we show, tell, taste and enjoy.
Learn the basics to feed your family for one week without electricity and I don't mean eating poptarts. Next learn what it takes for one month, 3 months, 6 months and one year. Plus:
Seminar includes: Tasty Food Samples and Demonstrations, Product Suggestions and Special Offers, Book and Downloads, Q & A, plus more.
You will leave with the CONFIDENCE of come-what-may you CAN care for your family and help others as well.
To schedule this seminar at your church contact our office: 804-798-6565. Typical seminar time is 3 hours. More is better to allow better cooking demonstrations. A meal can be served from the basics of what is taught. And who doesn't love a good meal prepared by someone like Annette Reeder!