Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

 "Forget the things that happened  in  2010 the past. Do not keep on thinking about them.
  I am about to do something new in 2011.  It is beginning to happen even now.
      Don't you see it coming?
   I am going to make a way for you..........  (Ref. Isa 43:18,19)

Have vision this year,  See the things that God is going to do in your life in 2011.  Believe it!
Happy 2011! 


Mary C Hartfield

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

RIP Robert Walker SR

This post is dedicated to an awesome men of God who was true to the end.  He was a husband, father,grandfather, brother, uncle, friend, mentor and a master at lawn care.  If you sat and listen you would be wiser when you left.  He never met a stranger. He was a giver.  He was authenic. He loved Gloria Walker and his family.  Fresh Manna men's ministry that he directed, will miss him. You will truly be missed by all that had an opportunity to know you.

You were loved,


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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

10 Ways To Push Yourself To GET THINGS DONE and Live That Rockstar Life You've Always Dreamed Of

Need some motivation to light that inner fire or kick your own butt? Here are 10 mental strategies to finally get cracking on those life goals you've been dreaming about.

1. Wikipedia 5 of your greatest role models in your area of your dream work. Chances are they were already getting their ball rolling in major ways at a very young age--late teens to early twenties. Don't fool yourself into thinking you hae a lot of time.

2. Do one very small action step today. An e-mail, a phone call, a sentence, a single brush stroke, ten minutes of research. One very small action step is an infinity times more powerful than doing absolutely nothing. 

3. Have a morning routine and an evening routine that will get you working on your dream career or goal. That way, you are starting your day and ending your day on a high note: making closer steps to achieving your dreams. 

4. Make an ongoing time log of all the minutes and hours you spend working on your important goals. When you clock yourself in and out, you are your own boss and employee, and you are holding yourself completely accountable for how you spend or waste your time. You will also notice your own particular patterns and learn to adjust accordingly for your maximum productivity.

5. Make a RESULTS list, not a TO-DO list. You will know with greater clarity what exactly you want to achieve.

6. Find a mentor. Or a buddy who wants to achieve the same goals as you do. When you are holding yourself accountable to at least one other person, you will be more motivated to prove to the world that you will get it done.

7. Find your own inner motivation to push yourself to do better. What is the most satisfying thing about getting something done? Not fame, fortune, or compliments (though they are certainly nice), but the quiet inner satisfaction and peace of mind that comes from having achieved something great with your own two feet. Remember that. 

8. Get scared of falling into the mediocre life. What's the easiest way to get scared of mediocrity? To think of the many people you know who have been "someday"ing about their life dreams for the last five, ten, fifteen years but not doing anything about it. 

9. Eliminate "try to" when you speak about your goals. Which statement sounds more convincing to you: "I will TRY TO lose five pounds" or "I WILL lose five pounds"? Saying "try to"--whether to yourself or to others--is a subconscious way of giving yourself permission to slack off or not do it.

10. Remember: how you live your life today is how you live your life every day. If you're not careful, what you do to procrastinate on your life eventually becomes your life. Now how about getting that dream map on paper tonight instead of rewatching the entire first season of Glee? 

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Deals, Deals, Deals

I have to admit, I am obsess with getting a deal.  Who doesn't like getting a deal.  Yes, I clip coupons and print out freebies. One of my favorite sites is You get a discount on designer brand items.  If you would like an invite - email me at with your email address. 

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Holy Roman Emperor Charles the Great is more commonly known as Charlemagne.

Back in the day, today...
1687: Newton publishes "Principia"
1699: Capt William Kidd arrested in Boston
1776: Declaration of Independence announced on front page of the "PA Evening Gazette"
1785: Congress resolves US currency named "dollar"; adopts decimal coinage
1854: 1st Republican state convention, Ripon, Wisc
1923: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics formed
1924: 1st photo sent experimentally across Atlantic by radio, US-England
1928: 1st all-talking motion picture shown, in NY (Lights of NY)
1928: World's largest hailstone 165533 lbs (17') falls in Potter Nebraska
1933: 1st All-Star baseball game, AL wins 5-2 (Chicago's Comiskey Park)
1945: Nicaragua becomes 1st nation to formally accept UN Charter
1945: Pres Truman signs executive order establishing Medal of Freedom
Did you know?
Mikail Gorbachev was the last president of the Soviet Union.



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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Health Care

Question - Does America really don't want healthcare to change?  Why are we only hearing that America does not want this bill?  You mean that we don't care that some people don't have healthcare???  I was just wandering.  Who is supporting the President??  

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Monday, February 22, 2010

Negative Voices

Consider:  When’s the last time that you gain ideas from negative voices in your life? 

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

First Fruit

Consider:...... Who's first in your life?  Apostle John is teaching on First Fruit.  Scriptures: 1 Cor. 15:23, Romans 8:29.  He's teaching us that whatever is first governs the rest.  Powerful!  What's first in your life?  Do you recognize that God is the first fruit?  Is everything his or is it yours?  Keep God a priority!

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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Are U Spiritually Bored?

Have you heard individuals say," I am not getting anything here anymore."  Then pick up and move to another church?  Well listen to this devotional and get a revelation, that is not the messenger it is YOU!   As always, be inspired!

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Are U Spiritually Bored?

Have you heard individuals say," I am not being getting anything here anymore."  Then pick up and move to another church?  Well listen to this deveotional and get a revelation, that is not the messenger it is YOU!   As always, be inspired!

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Saturday, January 2, 2010

R U Ready 4 2010?

R U Ready 4 2010?  “ And then God answered: "Write this. Write what you see. Write it out in big block letters so that it can be read on the run. This vision-message is a witness pointing to what's coming. It aches for the coming—it can hardly wait! And it doesn't lie. If it seems slow in coming, wait. It's on its way. It will come right on time. Habakkuk 2:1-3     Have you written down your vision 4 your life?  R U ready for someone to see it and run with it?  R U ready to run with it?  This website will help with your planning –

Much Success In 2010!

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