- Distinctive, detailed, creative illustrations in classic Erlander style
- Conversational, full of wit and humor with clear Lutheran theology
- People of all ages will enjoy this resource
An engaging collection of short stories from Daniel Erlander about how we don't need to accumulate points in life. They are inspired by an original story by Anne Herbert. Nine stories contrast how value is measured by society with how we are loved by God.
Daniel Erlander has written and illustrated books that have resonated with Lutherans for decades. Their visual appeal, theological content, and inviting tone welcome each reader into moments of delight, discovery, and the underlying assurance of God’s deep and everlasting love for us.
Erlander was born in 1938 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and he majored in Art in 1962 at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. He received his Master of Divinity in 1966 from Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.