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Mark Schultz Gets Set For 'All Things Possible Cruise'

Mark Schultz carribean cruise infoMark Schultz is a true testament of All Things Possible. The platinum selling, multi-award winner recently wrapped up his “All Things Possible” Tour.  He has been visiting more than 20 cities and selling out shows all across the country.

The tour’s namesake is from Schultz’ latest project, which includes his hit No. 1 title track song. Following up the success of All Things Possible is the release of his latest single “I Gave Up.” The song just recently hit radio and is an honest confession of letting go of the trivial things of this world.

Schultz will embark on his second cruise event, “Mark Schultz & Friends – All Things Possible Cruise” in March 2014. The intimate cruise  sets sail on March 30, 2014 to April 6, 2014. It is  a very popular cruise and cruise tickets are going fast.

The cruise will include special guests including Christian artist Jimmy Needham, acclaimed singer/songwriter Cindy Morgan, leading pastor and speaker Mike Glenn, worship leader Jaime Jamgochian and best selling author Sigmund Brouwer. For more information on the “All Things Possible Cruise” including cruise tickets, visit the official site .

Mark Schultz has sold more than 1.3 million albums and garner 10 No. 1 singles to date. Last year, Schultz released his project All Things Possible, which boasts new stories as the multi-award winning artist celebrates becoming a father, making new friends during his year-long stay in Italy with his wife Kate and kicking-off his “Remember Me Mission” to support orphans.

Throughout his career, Mark Schultz has landed the top spot on Billboard magazine’s Christian Adult Contemporary Songwriter list and has been featured on 48 Hours and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

Sarah Hearn
the authorSarah Hearn
Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.

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