Mend Mark Bracelet Thanksgiving Contest
photo: Israel Houghton wearing the Mend Mark Bracelet
The Mend Mark tells a powerful story in two words
Have you been “Marked?” The Mend Mark is an innovative and distinctive bracelet that is designed to reflect the scars and nail holes of Jesus. It is meant to inspire and motivate wearers to live a life of service. A portion of each bracelet sold goes to support Living Water International, an organization combating the clean water crisis victimizing over one billion people worldwide. Each $5,000 given will result in one well drilled, providing a community with clean water.
But wearers should be prepared to be seen. Unique in its design, the Mend Mark is sure to be noticed and gives wearers an opportunity to share the story of the profound love of Jesus for each and every person.
“It was important to me that the design was simple and generic enough that the observer had to ask about it to know what it meant. But I also wanted it to appear distinctive enough that it sparked curiosity,” reveals creator Hunter Harrison. “I wanted it to require the wearer of the product to engage in conversation about the love of Christ (and hopefully show that love to others) instead of just letting the product talk for them.”
The Mend Mark bracelet movement has grown to further fame after being worn during performances by American Idol winner Lee Dewyze, Idol runner up Siobhan Magnus, Decifer Down, Israel Houghton & New Breed, Pillar, and Finding Favour, to name a few, including myself.
Would you like this bracelet?
There are two ways to receive it:
- You can purchase here, or
- You can win one from me
How you do win a Mend Mark?
- No purchase necessary
- Visit Mend Mark’s Facebook Page (optional)
- then share with me how you will be of service to your world
I will put the entries into a hat and let Selah pick the winner. Cool? I will pick the winner November 19, 2010, so you can get your gift of thanks before Thanksgiving.
*Note. If you’re not a Facebook Friend, invite me to be your Friend and leave a special message that you are entering the Mend Mark contest.