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SALT LAKE CITY -- Thousands of Utahns filled the Salt Lake Tabernacle Sunday for a unique opportunity to hear from a world-famous speaker.
Nick Vujicic has traveled the world as an evangelist for his ministry Life Without Limbs. Even though Vujicic was born without legs and arms, that hasn't stopped him from sharing his message with millions.
Sunday night, Utahns of all faiths gathered to hear his message of Jesus Christ at the Salt Lake Tabernacle.
He is only the third evangelical to do so in more than 100 years.
"The world sees a man without arms and legs and says that he's disabled. And every single one of us has some disability, has some kind of waves of turmoil and uncertainty," Vujicic told the crowd.
Vujicic was born and raised in Australia. He now lives in California. He has shared his story and passion for Jesus Christ in 25 countries to 3 million people.