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Evangelism Last year alone Nick spoke to
over 450,000 people in person and over 7 million through mass media. When people hear this message of hope, many make life-changing decisions.
Outreach Nick has shared the Good News in 27
countries including Peru, Colombia, India, Korea, Indonesia and
Egypt. God has given Nick
incredible favor and has allowed him to share the message of hope in countries
and to people groups that wouldn’t normally be open. God has also opened the door for Nick to meet with heads of
state, governors, influential business leaders and religious leaders of various
States Outreach Nick has travelled extensively throughout the U.S. and has
shared at major churches, youth events, schools, pregnancy centers, civic
gatherings… even stadiums.
Nick’s unique message crosses all boundaries and touches people of all
ages, backgrounds, ethnic groups and belief systems.
Ministry Life Without Limbs touches people
worldwide through a whole host of media outlets. Our website has thousands of visitors every day. Videos about Nick regularly go “viral”
receiving millions of hits on the internet. Nick is a regular guest on numerous television shows that
are broadcast across the U.S. and around the globe.
Outreach Nick challenges
Christian teenagers not to worry about what others may think of them. He encourages the youth all around the
world to live confidently and boldly in the purposeful life they have through
Jesus. Nick is a reality check for
many students who see him speak about bullying, self-esteem, perspective,
dreaming big and never giving up. In
schools that do not permit the Gospel to be preached, we team up with a local
church and invite them to youth rallies.
Nick is a refreshing hope to all who have a disability. Nick
shares about how God has transformed his life from a life without limbs, into a
life without LIMITS! He shares key scriptures of how God can use our
circumstances for the Glory of His Name.
Developing Nations Outreach Nick regularly travels to the poorest neighborhoods in the
world. In the
“Third World” society, if anyone is born with a birth defect they are
often seen as cursed and are killed or abandoned. It is amazing to see the
receptiveness of crowds at evangelistic outreaches in these countries and to
witness changes in hearts and minds all around the world. Nick stands as a living witness that
people with disabilities should not be shunned but embraced within a society.