Nathan Zacharias

Nathan is video producer/editor for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Growing up, he always had a passion for media, and he believes in its ability to shape a culture. A good word, a good image or good music can help people think, feel and change. Though he’s spent most of his years in Atlanta, he’s also lived in Colorado Springs and New York City. He and his wife, Sarah, married in 2011, and they are expecting their first child (a baby girl!) in June 2013. They live in Atlanta with their dog, Belle.

 

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On the Move

I recently read a book called The Brass Verdict, in which a Hollywood executive is put on trial for murder. In pondering the case, the main character notes the strong undercurrents of the nearby ocean that most likely carried the evidence away. The boo …

Love on Trial

Several years ago, the Islamic apologist Ahmed Deedat spoke at the oldest Islamic university in Malaysia. That night, love was on trial.

Watch Your Eyeline

This year I started a certificate course in digital video production at New York University. My career is moving in that direction, and my self-taught skill in digital video production is in need of some formal training. Last week my professor talked a …

Give the Chance to Give

I don’t take compliments very well. In fact, when someone starts to say something nice to me or about me, my mind is usually racing to find a way to shoot it down as soon as he’s done. But not too long ago, someone pointed out to me that there are actu …

Hungry

I’ve been trying this new thing called reading, and you know, I’m thinking there might be something to it. Who knew? Anyway, over the last few days I started and completed The Hunger Games. I had heard so much about it that I thought I’d give it a try. …

Painful Silence

  Do something! Show me something! I need it now, not later. Now! I’m calling on You! That’s the G-rated version of a line from the movie The Grey in which the main character screams to God, asking for help. The line seems partly based in the present s …

Come and See

For most of my life, I don’t think I’ve had an accurate view of prayer. I’ve viewed it as a long-distance relationship with God. I make the call at night, talk about the hopes achieved or the struggles that remain; I thank God for making the day itself …

One Year Later

One year later, I still love to see it. It’s got a few scuffs and scratches from daily use, but it still shines, both literally and emotionally. One year ago this last Saturday, I put it on for the first time. It’s my wedding band. Sarah and I just cel …

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