Welcome to my blog, my name is Nicolette Mier.
Just a little about myself: Im a California-born, Texas-raised, outdoorsy kind of girl. I love Adventures and travel and being challenged… and God has called me to experience those things daily as a missionary!
2 years ago I moved to Western Australia to join a ministry that works with marginalised youth. And now I am headed to the remote Kimberley region where the Aboriginal people live in order to start a training base there and see God bring transformation!
I’ve been to the Philippines, Nepal, Papua (Indonesia), and the Aboriginal communities for mission work over the last 2 years and I have loved all of it. Follow my blog posts here to see updates and stories of those adventures!
NoRights is the name of my blog, and actually, God spoke a lot to me about this name. I had no idea what to call it but God reminded me of my journey of “laying down my rights”… giving God everything. Family, home, country, comforts, future… when we lay down these “rights” to God, we find peace, freedom, adventure, and closeness with God.
I was also reminded about the people that God has called me to reach out to. People who have been overlooked, left behind, disregarded… people with “no rights” in a very different and real way. The people who have been treated with injustice and disgust; these are the ones who God calls us to love and talk to and sit with. And that’s what I am seeking to do here in Australia and the world.
The ministry I am a part of helps practically through trauma processing, encouraging people to engage in meaningful activities, and being advocates and raising awareness of their needs.
Proverbs 31:8-9: “Open your mouth for the mute, for the rights of all who are destitute. Open your mouth, judge righteously, defend the rights of the poor and needy.”
This blog stands for what God has spoken, for the calling He has given me, and it it stands for the people with no voice, No Rights.