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Broken made beautiful

I was invited to the Rock Church in Anaheim, CA, where I was blessed to meet Nick, and hear his testimony. My heart was truly touched and I felt a tug on my heart. I am a single mother of three daughters and one son. In 2010 my husband committed a domestic violent crime against me […]

I Lost My legs to Recover my Life

In 2007, I lost my legs do to a reckless driver on the highway. After losing my legs I became very depressed and tried to commit suicide more than once, but for some strange reason God would not allow me to die. One day after discovering Nick on the Television I said to myself “this […]

Accepting who you are

Hello, my name is Jarret and I’m 24 years old. I was born with a disability called spina bifida. When I was younger I thought I was “normal” I didn’t think anything was wrong with me…until I got to middle school then high school. I was bullied a lot in high school. One day it […]

Fulfilling My Spiritual Hunger

I’ve been a Christian my entire life. My parents had immigrated to the United States as firm believers in God almost twenty years ago, and I am so blessed they have encouraged me to grow in love, kindness, and faith throughout these years. However, it wasn’t until my junior year of high school that God’s […]

“God Is So Cool!” Through Faith Comes Endurance

We would very much like to share an amazing testimony with you about my wife’s miraculous survival of a massive brain aneurysm. This is her story. “I didn’t know that I was born with a birth defect. At the age of 43, I went to bed on February 12, 2016 not realizing that I wouldn’t remember […]

back on gods path with art

Hello my name is Robbie but all my friends and fans know me as “Big Country” due to my big country heart. When I was 24 I was diagnosed with a noncancerous growing brain tumor that has taken 95% of my vision and caused some brain damage. At first I was so down and depressed, […]

Finding me

Hi Nick, my name is Brandon and I live in Colorado. I remember watching one of your videos in 7th grade, it really touched me and I felt inspired and motivated to take on my problems and climb right over them. But when freshman year started I was a nervous wreck and afraid of being […]


It’s fitting with “Remembrance Day” around the corner to title the topic of this short story “Remember”. I had a hard time coming to grips with the fact that, after I read your book “Faith in action” (Unstoppable) I did not remember to write to you with words of thanks and encouragement for your mission […]

A story of change from behind bars

Story shared through Becky More, Chris More’s former wife. ************************************************************ Dear Nick, My name is Chris and I am an inmate at the Goose Creek Correctional Complex in Wasilla, AK. I have been incarcerated since 1/2/11. It was on this same day I finally broke and became a believer in and follower of Jesus Christ. […]


I am 23 years old, and was born in England, but at the age of seven my family moved to Spain. From the day I stepped into school there, until the day I left, ten years of my life, I was bullied by other pupils and some teachers because I was English. I was called names and […]

Big Thanks From Me To You

I really don’t know where to start and I might be copying others. But I’ll start off with a little introduction. I’m a 23-year-old girl from the Philippines. I knew you first during one of my retreats back in high school when we watched your DVD (I can’t remember which). Honestly, back then I was […]

My own ‘perfectly imperfect’ child

I just finished reading “Raising The Perfectly Imperfect Child” and also bought it for my son’s PT/ friend, who, with his wife, have adopted four special needs children. When I started reading the book, I was struck by the similarities between what Nick’s parents dealt with, and felt, in raising Nick, and what our family […]

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