Dikkon Eberhart writes novels and memoirs. He writes memoirs to help those who are searching for God. Searchers for God want to read stories about how God searched for Dikkon, so they can understand it when they sense that God is searching for them.
Dikkon wrote in hotels at night while selling legal information and software throughout northern New England. Now, he and his wife live in the Blue Ridge Mountains of SW Virginia, and he speaks and writes both day and night. Also, he mentors those who themselves desire to write Christian memoirs.
Dikkon is a guest on national radio shows and podcasts--The Eric Metaxas Show, In the Market with Janet Parshall, Bible News Radio with Stacey Harp. His memoir work has been introduced to thousands by Ravi Zacharias. (Click here to listen)
His most recent memoir—The Time Mom Met Hitler, Frost Came to Dinner, and I Heard the Greatest Story Ever Told (Tyndale House, 2015)—recounts how his relationship with his poet father affected his relationship with his heavenly Father, compelling him to convert from Judaism to Christianity at age 60, along with his wife and two of their four children.
The Eberharts have five grandchildren, who keep them busy.
All facts—yes. But this boilerplate doesn’t get to the heart me.
You want the heart of me? CLICK HERE for what’s NOT boilerplate.