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Eric Metaxas is known mainly for his speaking and for being a New York Times best-selling author, but I know him mostly as a long-time friend of my father. And now, even though he writes unsolicited endorsements for me, I consider him a friend, too.
When you meet Eric, you will find that half of what he says is thought-provoking and sincere. The other half is a joke. (He might argue with this percentage, but until he does…) Take this fact into consideration as you watch the impromptu video I shot with him when he visited Portland this winter. We were also joined by my college friend and founder of These Numbers Have Faces, Justin Zoradi.
Justin and I had no idea what we were going to discuss with Eric but, just as I suspected, we got wisdom, stories, and comedy.
What I didn’t expect was all the singing he would do.
Pop some popcorn, get comfortable on your couch, and take in all that is Eric Metaxas.
P.S. A few years ago, I wrote a piece about Eric’s book on Bonhoeffer. It’s a must read.
How does Eric’s story prompt you to think about your own experiences?
When was the last time you asked an “old person” questions about life and relationships?
Love and Respect (Now) is a division of Love and Respect. Please be considerate.