Popular limbless evangelist, Nick Vujicic, who has inspired millions of people around the world with his positivity and faith, revealed that thousands have come to Christ during his recent European tour.
Vujicic shared snippets from his time in Europe on his social media account. They reveal his work in Ukraine and Slovenia last month, where he went on to meet national leaders and ministers before thousands of people.
In one his videos set in Ukraine, he narrates, "Hey guys, good morning. Last night was incredible, 60 percent of 5,000 people in the auditorium stood up to receive the Lord Jesus Christ. I am here on national TV to do a recap, and from here we go speak to the Parliament, the national government of Ukraine."
In another video, he explains how his meeting with Borut Pahor, the president of Slovenia, went. "I just finished a meeting with the president of Slovenia, it was a wonderful encouragement and an enriching time. Tomorrow I will be speaking in front of students here in Slovenia, so please pray for us, and thank you for your love, prayers, and support," he shared.
The evangelist, who lost both his arms and legs due to an extremely rare congenital condition known as Tetra-amelia syndrome, also made an appearance on a Slovenian talk show. About this, he wrote on his Facebook page, "Had the most amazing interview in Slovenia! The most popular talk show host talked to me about how my book Unstoppable changed her life and led her to find Jesus. forty-five minutes later, we prayed for the country and God showed up big time! Thank you, sister!"
Vujicic authored Unstoppable: The Incredible Power of Faith in Action, which was released in 2012. The book narrates how he endured and emerged from some of the most difficult periods of his life, and how he was eventually blessed with a happy married life.
He is also the author of Life Without Limits, which was his first book. Speaking to Christian Post about his penned works, he confessed, ""I actually like this book a little bit better, because it's deeper and more transparent, I think. I share about the depression I went through in 2010, and share that basically 'unstoppable' doesn't mean bullet proof. When you can't walk, God's going to carry you. With me, in my life, I know that there are people who can get encouraged to see how God can use a man without arms and legs to be his hands and feet, but I wanted people to know that I am not a superhero, it is not about me, or how well I speak or articulate — it is the Spirit of God. It is an active relationship with him."