Evangelist Nick Vujicic said that we are living in the end of days, as he sees the gospel is reaching unprecedented number of people through “Life Without Limbs” and other ministries at the annual National Religious Broadcasters (NRB 2013) convention.
According to The Christian Post, Vujicic described the end of days as “a time when every human being on earth will have the chance to say ‘yes, I accept’ or ‘no, I reject’ this Gospel message of Jesus.” The 30-year-old father asked, “But how will they know unless someone tells them?”
Vujicic, who was born without arms or legs, has boarded over 900 flights to share the good news of faith and hope to millions of people. His life itself is a testimony of faith and perseverance.
“My wife and I, we love to see people set free by the power of Jesus Christ and seeing his kindness communicated in wise and gentile ways in all venues – whether it’s governmental congresses, seven presidents around the world, or crowds of hundreds of thousands in India,” he said, reported The Christian Post. “From Monday through Friday there, by the grace of God, we preached to 350,000 in five days and 80,000 people came to the Lord Jesus Christ.”
Vujicic showed photos of his family, including wife, Kanae Miyahara, and their first child, Kiyoshi James Vujicic, who was born healthily with five fingers and five toes last month.
“That is the greatest update that I can ever give you about my life,” he said.
Vujicic, who just came back to United States from Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia, said, “This year, we are going to, God willing, 26 countries that represent a population of 800 million people.”
While Vujicic’s Youtube videos and Facebook fan page have millions of hits and fans, the humble evangelist affirmed the central focus of his life is Jesus.
“The greatest news that I could ever say is that Jesus is Lord and Savior of my life. He is my friend. He is with me wherever I go. I’m so delighted to continue to grow in my relationship to Jesus.”
The NRB convention, which is held from March 2 to 5 in Nashville, Tennesee, concluded Tuesday evening with an award ceremony honoring religious broadcasters with great achievements. This year’s NRB Board of Directors Award was given to Mike Huckabee, and the Hall of Fame Award was given to John MacArthur.