This is a complicated issue that tends to separate people but it really shouldn’t.
For example, it’s godly to be prepared and take care of one’s family. You’re doing exactly what is expected of you as a husband and father.
I am a woman in my early 60’s, long past the young children of my own stage, but I have infant grandchildren now and young adult kids who have to work jobs that are demanding and it’s appropriate for me to help out, just as my grandparents did for my parents and us grandkids back in the day.
What we have now that they didn’t have back then was a crazy mixed-up world & every institution now is corrupt:
2 Timothy 3
So is it “prepping” or “adapting to change” for one to learn survival skills and prepare for hard times? I’m guessing that the answer is: both.
Most of the Bible is about instruction to individuals and groups of people: Go here, go there, do this, don’t do that. It was important to listen and obey, despite what anyone else thought or said or wanted. It was important to get it right, not almost right or kinda right or mostly right.
If people have something they feel led to do from the spirit then high time to do it!
Caveat: I may feel led to eat the entire chocolate cake with a half-gallon of ice cream but that goes against the word or God.
So if I cross-reference the prompting to the Word of God, pray and perhaps seek counsel, perform my due diligence, if after all that I have peace, it would be reasonable to proceed.