Eric Schrotenboer

Eric Schrotenboer is a storyteller at heart. He is an award-winning filmmaker and composer, a Bible teacher, and children’s book author. Eric holds a Masters of Divinity from Western Theological Seminary and has a passion to help people better understand the context of the Bible. Through his ministry, The Acacia Project, Eric leads biblical study trips to the lands of the Bible teaching the cultural, historical, and geographical context of God’s Word. Eric is also the owner of Fresh Wind Studios, a production and publishing company that creates resources for children and families that better help them understand the context of the Bible.

Eric and his wife, Meredith, are the authors of Hear O Little One: In The Morning and In The Evening, a flip board book about the Shema, and the creator of The Wandering Wise Men Activity Set, which includes a children’s picture book, a 37-day family devotional, and three plush wise men toys.

Eric’s film credits include feature length documentaries, Bible study curricula, and short films for Focus on the Family, Compassion International, International Bible Society, the Institute for Bible Reading, Zondervan, Zonderkidz, and many other Christian organizations. Eric is the music composer for Focus on the Family’s best-selling video series, “That The World May Know.” His music can also be heard throughout the Creation Museum and on numerous films and documentaries. He has produced and recorded six original piano albums of traditional hymns featured in modern arrangements.

Eric and Meredith live in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with their two children, Meryn Grace and Judah Allyn.


Current Project: The Youngest Disciple (publisher pending)

Facebook: @ericschrotenboer, @freshwindstudios, @theacaciaproject @wanderingwisemen

Instagram: @ericschrotenboer, @freshwindstudios, @acaciaproject, @wanderingwisemen



Represented by: Karen Neumair