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Standing Strong in Christ Alone

Dear Friend, When I met him two years before he died, he couldn’t walk or talk. But he could smile. Philip Toth was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease at age 23. The doctors gave him three months to live, but he actually lived for five years. While his body slowly shut down, he endured torturous […]


Stand Strong With Us

Dear Friend, Don’t you just love a brand new year? It’s the perfect season to set new goals and step confidently into the future. And here at Life Without Limbs, 2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year! As we get started in this new season of ministry, God’s Word continues to inspire and […]


Precious Gift

Dear Friend, The Christmas season has finally arrived! And I absolutely LOVE this time of year. In our home, we sing Christmas carols, decorate our tree, and cozy up around the fireplace telling stories and playing games. The holidays have always been a festive time for the Vujicic family. But the joy and laughter and […]


A Heart To Serve

Dear Friend, One encounter with Jesus changes everything. One touch from the Savior can heal us and make us totally new. But that is only the beginning. There’s a short but cool story found in Matthew 8:14-15: “When Jesus came into Peter’s house, he saw Peter’s mother-in-law lying in bed with a fever. He touched […]



October 2014 Dear Friend, Do you ever come across a verse in the Bible that perfectly describes your thoughts and feelings? The other day I was reading through First Thessalonians and came across this passage: “Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing” (1 Thessalonians 5:11). Totally! Encouragement is […]



September 2014 Dear Friend, Some of the things Jesus taught were completely radical! Love your enemy. Go the extra mile. Turn the other cheek. Do unto others. Okay, wait. You’re saying you really want me to be nice to that person who was rude to me? Or let someone else go first when I’ve been […]



August 2014 Dear Friend, When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Most of the time I get a glance at my reflection in the mirror or check myself out in the shop windows passing by (hey, we all do it!), there are no real surprises. There I am, blue eyes, brown hair, […]



JULY 2014 Dear Friend, I’ll never forget the time I forgot what I should have remembered. Seriously, how could I have missed my mom’s birthday?! When I finally called her a few days too late, I felt like the WORST son in the world. Since then I’ve been much more careful about circling that special […]



JUNE 2014 Dear Friend: There’s a phrase most of us were taught from a very young age. It was part of our earliest vocabulary—right up there with “mommy,” “daddy,” and “hi!” I’m talking about the two little words: thank you. When someone gave us a birthday present, we were told to say, “thank you.” When […]


Stand Strong

MAY 2014 Dear Friend: I am a bully’s dream, no doubt about it. No arms. No legs. No defense. I never would have survived without the steady support of my family (a.k.a. my “bully defense system”). I grew up in a loving home where I was accepted, encouraged, and taught that I was beautiful just […]


It Is Finished

Dear Friend, Reaching a goal feels good. My friends who run marathons tell me there’s nothing like crossing over the finish line. It’s rewarding! Like earning a diploma after years of hard work. Or paying off a debt, celebrating an anniversary, or completing a major project. These are all occasions worth celebrating. Last year at […]



Dear Friend, Met-a-mor-pho-sis. I remember learning that giant five-syllable word in grade school. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary metamorphosis is “a major change in the appearance or character of someone or something.” Back in fifth grade it was the word my teachers used to describe the dramatic change that took place when a big fat, […]


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