Nick Vujicic to visit Ukraine
A press conference, TV-broadcast, meeting with the country's leadership and the performance itself are planned in the frames of the visit
Nick Vujicic, an Australian Christian evangelist and motivational speaker, is to visit Ukraine again with a social program "With God all things are possible!" on September, 25 .
"This time I will share with you the full story of my life about my faith and how I became successful," - said Nick, in his official video address to Ukrainians. The organizers of the event believe Nick's visit to Ukraine will cheer up people who are frustrated, for vulnerable groups in society and those having some limitations Tickets are very affordable - only 2 dollars, so that everyone is able to witness a living legend. Besides, more than two thousand subsidized tickets for people with disabilities, orphans and ATO veterans will be available.
A press conference, TV-broadcast, meeting with the country's leadership and the performance itself are planned in the frames of the visit.
This will be his next visit to Ukraine - Nick Vujicic made his Kyiv "debut at the main sports and cultural arena of Ukraine - NSC Olimpiyskiy "on April 7, 2016.
Nick Vujicic was born with a rare disorder characterized by the absence of legs and arms. Nick studied in an ordinary school. He "started his speaking engagements at 19. Later "he founded an international non-profit organisation and ministry and a secular motivational speaking company, starred in the short film, and was even awarded Best Actor in a Short Film. Published 4 books, which were translated into multiple languages and became bestsellers. Now Nick is lecturing worldwide, "empowering people with his story & messages of hope.
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