Posted May 22, 2013 under Featured Videos, Videos

With Nick Vujicic

I've read his book, listened to his videos but it was an amazing moment to have a one on one interview with Nick Vujicic. I thank God for allowing our paths to cross and for the opportunity to pray with the man. Nick God bless you, you are a blessing. May the Lord continue to open doors for you to spread the Gospel of His Son, Jesus Christ.

Joey Bonifacio and Nick Vujicic - full interview 720p from Joey Bonifacio on Vimeo.

Here's a summary of Nick's interview:

The reality of life's challenges. That we are blessed because we are meant to be a blessing.

How does one connect to God? Connecting to God on a daily basis is the most important thing any human can do. Prayer and appropriating God's Word on a daily basis is critical. Speaking out loud the word of God to build faith.

There is a new level of Connecting to others and to God through serving others. We can't just be trapped in a routine. One way to break that is through serving others. Fact is when we serve we end up blessing ourselves because we are fulfilled to know that we are in the Lord's hand.

On connecting others to God. "The only way is to have compassion for everyone, even my enemies. That I would love them the way loved them. And this is only comes from a miracle from God."

Secondly, trusting on the Holy Spirit. Wow! That reminds me of my recent post: How to walk in the supernatural naturally.

Thanks everyone. Hope you like my very first Connect Video.

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3 thoughts on “With Nick Vujicic”

  1. There is a new level of Connecting to others and to God through serving others. We can’t just be trapped in a routine. One way to break that is through serving others. Fact is when we serve we end up blessing ourselves because we are fulfilled to know that we are in the Lord’s hand.

  2. • Mission is a God thing. • Servanthood and service to others must guide our attitudes. • Building relationships with those we serve is key. • It is good to connect with passionate people; you can build excitement around them to affect others. • Getting outside of our normal environment and engaging the world around us reminds us that it is not about us at all. • We can learn more about ministry by serving than through reading books or training people. • Teamwork is essential to great mission outcomes. • The full value of mission goes well beyond the work project itself. • Mission planning and preparation are vitally important steps to allowing us to concentrate on relationships and to be fully present for God.

  3. The awards to individuals are always special and give a tangible opportunity for the trade to honour personal contribution and commitment to serving others. Stewart Anderson (IVP) received the Suppliers Representative of the Year Award, the third time he has picked up this award and a fitting tribute as he approaches retirement this year.

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