Nashville – Singer/songwriter Kevin LeVar has embarked on a powerful campaign encouraging and ministering to the world to embrace and practice acts of forgiveness. A Heart That Forgives Campaign is a movement to promote freedom through forgiveness and is a call to action to inspire individuals, families and communities around the world to reconcile and come together. Kevin LeVar’s single “A Heart That Forgives”, from his Billboard charting CD Let’s Come Together, is not only the theme song for the campaign, but LeVar’s personal anthem to inspire 1 million acts of forgiveness over the next year. It is LeVar’s heart and hope to see families restored, friendships repaired, communities stronger and people empowered by letting go of the past and living free in the present. This global campaign is a direct response to the overwhelming testimonies received from those already impacted by the powerful message of the song.
Kevin LeVar has also joined efforts and supports The Christian Embassy of Christ’s Ambassadors (CECA) in recognizing and promoting Global Forgiveness Day, August 27, 2009. “Two thousand years ago God came in the flesh to show just how powerful true forgiveness can be,” affirms David Schramm, Founder and Director – Global Forgiveness Day. “I believe that just a few lives practicing forgiveness can change a nation…but a million lives practicing forgiveness WILL change the world! Inspired music and prayerful worship gives us glimpses of the prescience of Heaven. Kevin LeVar’s ‘A Heart That Forgives’ is from the heart of God. This wonderful song reminds me again that the heart of God is Forgiveness…I want the Heart of God in my life…don’t you?”
The CECA, headquartered in Victoria in the province of British Columbia, Canada, began Global Forgiveness Day in 1994. The CECA is an organization that supports and encourages both national and international aid projects and addresses needs of the local community, through sponsorship of various events and projects.
Forgive and Live; Letting go of the past…Living free in the present