Did You Make Your Mark?

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Lead singer of Israel New Breed, Israel Houghton has just launched the ‘Did You Make Your Mark‘ campaign. According to him the “world needs a healing change” and if you have been a blessing to someone. the Did You Make Your Mark website allows you to post your video messages, which can be inspiration to the world.

Maybe you can also be a blessing to someone who sees how you did it. Maybe your positive behaviour can provoke chane in someone.

Here’s Israel full message which was posted to his Facebook Fans:

Dear Committed and Loving Fans,

As you all know, our country and our world need a healing change more than ever before.
The change we seek depends on each of us doing our part. Every day, I strive to be blessing to those around me, and I am interested to know how you are doing the same.

We have started a new campaign called “Did You Make Your Mark?”, and we encourage all of you to participate. It is important that, together, we raise awareness about our ability to change this world for the better. It is important that we stand up and claim “The Power of One”!

We ask that you please visit http://www.didyoumakeyourmark.com and submit a video telling us how you created positive change in your community. Pass this on to your family, friends, and community members so they too can get involved.

Our intention is to start a massive wave of people helping people. I believe that we can inspire others into action by sharing our stories. Let’s do it!!!

Sincerely and with lots of Love,

Israel Houghton
www.didyoumakeyourmark.com


NOW MAKE YOUR MARK!

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