Subtitled Why the Least of These Matters Most, with Dr. Wess Stafford of Compassion International. A riveting call to care about children, based on Stafford’s growing-up experiences among the poor in West Africa. Love, community, tragedy, abuse … it’s all here in his compelling stories. Poverty, he argues, is not just a lack of money; it is the fallout of believing “I don’t matter. Nobody thinks I’m valuable. I’ll never be anything worthwhile.” We have the capacity to reverse that opinion in the world’s children—our own, and those far away.

“If you want to understand children and why they matter to God, you have to read this book!” –Michael W. Smith, Grammy Award-winning musician

“It’s my prayer that through Wess Stafford’s book, a passion will ignite in the hearts of Christians around the globe to reach these little ones with his tender mercies and hands-on help.” –Joni Eareckson Tada

Published by WaterBrook (English). Also published in Dutch, French, Italian, Korean, Polish and Spanish. (See also Just a Minute.)