Erwin Raphael McManus is an iconoclast known as a cultural pioneer for his integration of creativity and spirituality.

Erwin is a storyteller and observer of life. His writings are an exploration of the human spirit and search for what makes us uniquely human.

His newest book, The Artisan Soul, explores life as a work of art.

He is also the author of Soul Cravings, Chasing Daylight, Uprising, and other leading books on spirituality and creativity.

Erwin, a native of El Salvador, now lives in Los Angeles, California.

He holds a BA in psychology from UNC Chapel Hill, a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Theological Seminary, and a Doctorate of Humane Letters from Southeastern University. He is also the founder of MOSAIC, a community of faith in Los Angeles, California and has inspired the church across the world to new expressions of faith and spirituality. MOSAIC is known for its innovation, creativity, diversity, and social entrepreneurism. Erwin’s travels have taken him to over 50 countries and he has spoken to over a million people from a wide variety of audiences, including professional athletes, Wall Street investors, Universities, film studios, and conferences focused on leadership, creativity, culture, and living a wholistic life.

Erwin sees the imagination as the principal vehicle through which we create a better self, a better world, and a better future. Creativity, McManus contends, is a natural expression of our spirituality.

Visit him online at www.erwinmcmanus.com.