Nick Vujicic in ManilaSunday, May 26, 2013
Nicholas James "Nick" Vujicic (// voy-chich; Serbian: Николас Џејмс Вујичић, Nikolas Džejms Vujičić; born 4 December 1982) is a Serbian Australian evangelist and motivational speaker born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by the absence of all four limbs. As a child, he struggled mentally and emotionally as well as physically, but eventually came to terms with his disability and, at the age of seventeen, started his own non-profit organization, Life Without Limbs. Vujicic presents motivational speeches worldwide, on life with a disability, hope and finding meaning in life. He also speaks about his belief that God can use any willing heart to do his work and that God is big enough to overcome any and all disabilities.
I have this incredible chance to meet this great man of God. Last Sunday, My friend Cathy shared with me about her wonderful experience in Christ's Commission Fellowship, where Nick would speak. as the title said "Unstoppable Faith", her experience is faith-tester and what happened is another life had been inspired and saved.
Sunday evening, I browse the internet, I found a good news. contact a friend. convinced her to join me. and it excites me.
the next day, we went in SM Mall Of Asia to meet Nick Vujicic. we came early in the place, expecting tons of people will come, and GOOD for us, our expectation fail us. we sit comfortably somewhere in the crowd and watch how the program flows. There's a band, they sung, Who Am I by Casting Crowns and God Gave Me You by Brian White. They're Good! and then some opening remarks. few minutes of their talk, we finally saw him arrive. it was incredible, he talks about love, disabilities, friends, inspiration. he also talks about my current situation. It's amazing to know that everything links to each other.
God allowed us to witness nick and hear his voice. God used him to speak directly to us. personally. I'm totally inspired. now, I want his books!
|This is the closest that we can get. :)|
and we have this astonishing talk which she calls a "life changing convo"
and oh! did I told you that the event is specially for People With Disability. No wonder why we're there. our hearts are disabled. as well as our MINDS!