Just seven months after his son was born, limbless evangelist Nick Vujicic had traveled to multiple countries in Southeast Asia, East Asia, and South America, sharing the message of hope in Jesus Christ to over a million people.
In his most recent trip to South America, the 30-year-old evangelist had the chance to share the gospel with 50 members of the Paraguay senate as well as preached to over 110,000 people with over 70 percent responding to the call to live for Jesus Christ.
Shortly after his return from his last South America tour destination Paraguay, Vujicic posted on Facebook a picture of himself and his son both wearing pink, which drew over 700,000 likes among his 1.9 million followers within eight hours.
"Oh how I love my family... nothing compares!" he wrote on Facebook.
The tremendously popular Christian motivational speaker has truly lived his life to the fullest, beyond the imaginations of most people in what a person without arms and legs can accomplish.
Vujicic, 30, got married with Kanae Miyahara on Valentine's Day in 2012; their son Kiyoshi was born healthy with ten toes and ten fingers just before this year's Valentine's Day . Both events surprised many, but, most importantly, his life and speeches have touched countless lives, allowing the listeners to know that God has created everyone with a beautiful purpose.
Despite the many limitations in life, Vujicic holds on to scripture verse, "I can do all things through Him who gives me strength." (Philippians 4:13)
The Australia-born evangelist has boarded around a thousand flights, addressing close to four million people in 30 or more countries, including Australia, United States, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa, Columbia, India, China, Vietnam and others.
He and his family live in Los Angeles, California, where his Life Without Limbs ministry is also headquartered.