Australian Evangelist, Nick Vujicic was born without arms and legs, but that has not stopped him from leading a full life. Now, 34 and founder of the Los Angeles-based nonprofit ‘Life Without Limbs’ and a motivational speaker, he gives hope to those born with disabilities.
Although he has been famous around the world for his inspirational faith-based messages, he is set to spread hope further by releasing his first ever music album.
“I’m making an album!” Vujicic announced to his over 9 million followers on Facebook in a message on Thursday.
“It’s been a dream of mine for a long time now to be able to take my mission of spreading hope, purpose & encouragement across the globe, and combine it with my love of music & song, and now finally I am getting to do it!”
According to Christian Post, Brighter World, as the album is titled, is set for release on January 28, 2018, though it has already been made available for pre-purchase on the official website.
“Can’t wait to share videos, info & pics of the journey from here on in. Thank you for your love, encouragement & support,” Vujicic added.
The evangelist explained that the album is going to be “a mix of uplifting, positive-themed songs; a few faith-based songs; some covers of songs that have impacted and changed my life,” and will also offer a number of brand new original songs written by other songwriters, including himself.
Vujicic has traveled to over 58 countries. He has spoken at school campuses, prison events, conferences and talk shows around the world, testifying how his faith helped him through the darkest of times when he did not know how he could go on.
He has also written a number of books, such as Unstoppable: The Incredible Power of Faith in Action in 2012.
The evangelist, who is married and has two sons, announced in June that his wife, Kanae, is expecting twins.
“My public speaking is a non-denominational message, based on my faith in Jesus Christ. We go to corporate settings and suicide-prevention and anti-bullying programs.
“I tell people to not give up. We sometimes wait for a miracle to happen in life — but the miracle never comes. I wish many things were different in my life. But knowing I can be a miracle for someone else makes my life worth living.” Vujicic recently told Today.com