As we approach the holiday season, the ministry is filled with gratitude for the incredible year it has experienced with its faithful partners. During this time of reflection,thanksgiving, and celebration we’re reminded of the praise shared by David in Psalm 31:19 “How abundant are the good things that you have stored up for those who fear you, that you bestow in the sight of all, on those who take refuge in you.”
Today, we want to share one of the things the ministry is celebrating with you – our recent European tour. Spoiler alert, this trip exemplified the power of faith, hope, and the amazing work that God is doing across the world.
Day 1: Oradea, Romania
In a world clouded by hopelessness, Nick had the privilege of inspiring over 5000 souls to turn their eyes and hearts toward the Creator, and away from the worldly distractions of entertainment and government.
Day 2: Szeged, Hungary
Nick had the opportunity to share a bold message with 2400 high school students, encouraging them never to give up. That evening, 2400 more people heard a message of hope and love, standing together in prayer. Nick reminded everyone that our value and purpose come from God alone, and having a relationship with Him is the ultimate source of truth.
Day 3: Kosice, Slovakia
Over 2300 people gathered to hear Nick’s message of hope for the first time, marking the ministry’s reach in 79 nations. It was a challenge with double translations, in both Slovakian and Hungarian—but what a blessing and example of resilience! Nick urged the crowd to focus on their identity as children of God, rather than worldly opinions. You can watch the message of courage, love, hope, and faith that resonated deeply here:
Day 4: Budapest, Hungary
Nick’s journey continued to Budapest, where he exchanged warm greetings with world leaders and faith representatives, including Prime Minister, Viktor, Orban, Georgia Meloni, President Katalin Novak, President Rumen and our other guest speaker, Dr. Jordan Peterson. Nick’s message of hope and resilience was received as a timely reminder of the good work that is still ahead. He boldly proclaimed Jesus in his prayer, respecting the diversity of faiths present but taking the opportunity to stand proud for my Savior, and emphasized that the key to family security is having God at the center of everything.
Day 5: Novi Sad, Serbia
The tour concluded in Novi Sad, Serbia, a place close to Nick’s heart. Being so close to the place where my parents were born, Nick reconnected instantly with the resilient Serbian community, urging them to dig deeper in their faith in Jesus Christ and place their trust in God rather than the fleeting promises of the world. The entire crowd stood together, united in prayer and their faith in God.
Until Next Time
We share these unforgettable moments with you to celebrate God’s goodness and the impact of our ministry. As we look back on this journey, we invite you to reflect on the power of faith, hope, and love. Psalm 145:5-7 “They speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty—and I will meditate on your wonderful works. They tell of the power of your awesome works—and I will proclaim your great deeds. They celebrate your abundant goodness and joyfully sing of your righteousness.”
Thank you for being a part of the incredible journey God has put us on here at Life Without Limbs!