他的一生充滿了困難和艱辛。一個是不能夠參加主流學校，因為他的身體殘疾，因為澳大利亞法律規定，即使他不是弱智受損。在他的教育，法律改變了，尼克是一首殘疾學生遷移到主流學校。他學會了用兩個腳趾寫在他的左“腳“和一個特殊的裝置，下滑到他的大腳趾抓地力。他還學會了使用電腦和類型使用“足跟和腳趾“的方法（這表現在他的發言） 。他也可以扔網球和接聽電話（也體現在發言） 。
在他的學校被欺負，尼克增長非常沮喪，八歲開始考慮自殺。長大後，乞求上帝的胳膊和腿，尼克終於開始意識到，他的成績是鼓舞人心的很多，並開始感謝上帝，他還活著。一個關鍵的轉折點是一家報紙的文章對一個人處理的嚴重殘疾，他的母親發現他時，他是12歲，這使他意識到，他不是唯一一個與主要的鬥爭。當他17歲，他開始講解他祈禱組 [ 5] ，並最終開始了他的非營利性組織，沒有四肢的生命。
Born with no arms or legs, Nick Vujicic gives an inspiring testimony about overcoming circumstances in one's life.Nick Vujicic (born December 4, 1982) is a preacher, a motivational speaker and the director of Life Without Limbs, an organization for the physically disabled.
The first-born child in his devout Serbian Christian family, Nick Vujicic was born in Melbourne, Australia with the rare Tetra-amelia disorder: limbless, missing both arms at shoulder level, and having one small foot with two toes protruding from his left thigh. Initially, his parents were devastated. Vujicic was otherwise healthy.
His life was filled with difficulties and hardships. One was not being able to attend a mainstream school because of his physical disability, as the law of Australia required, even though he was not mentally impaired. During his schooling, the laws were changed, and Nick was one of the first disabled students to be migrated to a mainstream school. He learned to write using the two toes on his left "foot," and a special device that slid onto his big toe to grip. He also learned to use a computer and type using the "heel and toe" method (as demonstrated in his speeches). He can also throw tennis balls and answer the phone (also demonstrated in speeches).
Being bullied at his school, Nick grew extremely depressed, and by the age of eight, started contemplating suicide. After begging God to grow arms and legs, Nick eventually began to realize that his accomplishments were inspirational to many, and began to thank God he was alive. A key turning point was a newspaper article about a man dealing with severe disability that his mother showed him when he was 12, that led him to realise he wasn't the only one with major struggles. When he was seventeen, he started to give talks at his prayer group, and eventually started his non-profit organization, Life Without Limbs.