Nick Vujicic – MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO – 2016| Never give up| Nick’s life without limbs
Nick vujicic motivational video is here.. Never give up in your life. Try 100 times..fail and try again until you make it..
Nick Vujicic is an evangelist who has shared his message of hope to over 6 million people in 57 countries. Nick shares how his faith, which is rooted in the Lord Jesus Christ, changed his life forever! Nick Vujicic is the Founder, President and CEO of Life Without Limbs, a non-profit organization whose mission is to share the Good News of Jesus Christ through Nick’s own life.
Vujicic was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in 1982, to Dušanka and Borislav Vujičić, devout Serbian Orthodox emigrants from Yugoslavia. Nick’s parents became active in a Melbourne church. His mother attended nursing school at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne while his father worked in business management. Nick was born with phocomelia without some fully formed limbs. According to his autobiography, his mother refused to see him or hold him while the nurse held him in front of her, but she and her husband eventually accepted their son’s condition and understood it as God’s plan for their son.
Vujicic has two small and deformed feet, one of which he calls his “chicken drumstick” because of its shape. Originally, Nick was born with the toes of that foot fused. An operation was performed to separate the toes so that Nick could use them as fingers to grab, turn a page, or perform other functions. Nick has been able to use his foot to operate an electric wheelchair, a computer and a mobile phone.
Vujicic notes that he had an “amazingly normal childhood”. Vujicic thrived in his teenage and young adult years despite being bullied. Nick graduated from Griffith University at the age of 21 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, with a double major in accountancy and financial planning. Since his first speaking engagement at age 19, Nick has traveled around the world, sharing his story with millions, sometimes in stadiums filled to capacity, speaking to a range of diverse groups such as students, teachers, young people, business professionals and church congregations of all sizes.
Today this dynamic young evangelist has accomplished more than most people achieve in a lifetime. He’s an author, musician, actor, and his hobbies include fishing, painting and swimming.
In 2007, Nick made the long journey from Australia to southern California where he is the president of the international non-profit ministry, Life Without Limbs. Nick says, “If God can use a man without arms and legs to be His hands and feet, then He will certainly use any willing heart!” Nick’s latest foray into radio will expand his platform for inviting men and women all around the world to embrace the liberating hope and message of Jesus Christ.
Nick prayed very hard that God would give him arms and legs, and initially told God that, if his prayer remained unanswered, Nick would not praise him indefinitely. However, a key turning point in his faith came when his mother showed him a newspaper article about a man dealing with a severe disability. Vujicic realized he wasn’t unique in his struggles and began to embrace his lack of limbs. After this, Nick realized his accomplishments could inspire others and became grateful for his life. Nick gradually figured out how to live a full life without limbs, adapting many of the daily skills limbed people accomplish without thinking.
Nick writes with two toes on his left foot and a special grip that slid onto his big toe. Nick knows how to use a computer and can type up to 45 words per minute using the “heel and toe” method. Nick has also learned to throw tennis balls, play drum pedals, get a glass of water, comb his hair, brush his teeth, answer the phone and shave, in addition to participating in golf, swimming, and even sky-diving. During secondary school, Nick was elected captain of MacGregor State in Queensland and worked with the student council on fundraising events for local charities and disability campaigns. When Nick was seventeen, he started to give talks at his prayer group, and later founded his non-profit organization, Life Without Limbs.