Who Am I and Why Do I Matter?:
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Who Am I and Why Do I Matter?:  -     By: Chris Morphew

Who Am I and Why Do I Matter?:

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Whether we realise it or not, the world is full of voices telling us who we are and who we should be. So how do you figure out who the real you is? What are you supposed to tell yourself when you feel like you'll never measure up? Or when you wonder where you fit? And how can we find the balance between enjoying the things we love and not becoming obsessed with them?

Big questions deserve good answers. In this book, Chris Morphew walks you through what the Bible says about who you are and why you matter. Discover how the truth about who God has made you to be is better than you could ever imagine--and can free you to live with real condfidence.

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Title: Who Am I and Why Do I Matter?:
By: Chris Morphew
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Good Book Company
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 7.80 X 5.10 (inches)
Weight: 4 ounces
ISBN: 1784986984
ISBN-13: 9781784986988
Ages: 9-13
Series: Big Questions
Stock No: WW986988
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Sooner or later, kids ask big questions about themselves and their faith: Who am I? Where do I fit in? Am I good enough? What do people think of me? What does God think of me?

Christian Studies teacher and school chaplain Chris Morphew has been answering big questions from kids for over a decade. In this warm, empathetic book, he shows children how to embrace and enjoy their identity as those loved by God and made in his image. He also gives lots of practical advice on how to remember what God says about who they really are.

Lively stories and illustrations make this book easy for 9-13s to engage with. Readers will be helped to replace fear and anxiety with faith and confidence as they find their self-worth in what God says about them.

Author Bio

Chris Morphew is an author, teacher, and school chaplain living in Sydney, Australia. He has written over 20 novels for children and youth, including his six-book young adult series, The Phoenix Files. Chris enjoys Mario Kart, obscure board games, and superhero movies. He has been told he looks like Chris Hemsworth from the back.

Emma Randall is a freelance illustrator specializing in children’s illustration, including the hugely popular Diary of a Disciple. She lives with her family near Bristol, UK.

Editorial Reviews

Chris Morphew is like Tim Keller for teens. In the Big Questions series, he tackles some of today’s tough questions with Scripture, wisdom and clarity—and just the right amount of fun to keep young readers turning the page. I cannot wait to put these books into the hands of my three children.” -- Champ Thornton (Pastor; Author, The Radical Book for Kids and Why Do We Say Good Night?)

Our biggest questions prepare our hearts to hear God’s greatest answers. Pick up Chris Morphew’s Big Questions books and find key gospel responses to your kid’s honest questions about God and his plan for sending Jesus. -- Barbara Reaoch (Former Director, Children’s Division, Bible Study Fellowship; Author, A Jesus Christmas and A Jesus Easter)

Passing the faith down to the next generation can seem like a daunting task. Add to that the fact that Christians must also train the next generation to engage skeptics in our faith, and it can seem like an impossibility. This is why I’m thankful for Chris’s book, Who Am I and Why Do I Matter? He takes one of the core truths of Scripture and explains it in a way that middle-schoolers (and their parents) can understand. I can’t wait to put this into my children’s hands, and also encourage them to put it into the hands of their unbelieving friends. -- John Perritt (Director of Resources, Reformed Youth ministries; Author, Insecure: Fighting Our Lesser Fears with a Greater One; Host, Local Youth Worker Podcast)

In Who am I and Why Do I Matter? Chris Morphew answers two of the most important questions teenagers are asking today. While he writes in a manner that is accessible to those as young as pre-teens, the content is theologically rich and applicable for students of all ages. The chapters are quick, clear and easy to read. I’m grateful for this book! -- Drew Hill (Author, Alongside: Loving Teenagers with the Gospel)

Growing up toward young adulthood can be jarring as we try to figure out who we are and what our place in this world is. Chris Morphew answers those questions in a refreshing, age-appropriate way that is sure to speak to the heart of every young reader. With short, punchy chapters, this book is easy to read and soaked with the gospel. I will be sharing it with each of my own kids and highly recommend it to yours! -- Adam Ramsey (Lead Pastor, Liberti Church, Gold Coast, Australia; Network Director for Acts 29 Asia Pacific; Author, Truth on Fire)

Chris spends his days around young people, and you can tell—his writing is readable, biblical and full of stories. Our young people are being told they can be whoever they want to be. This book tells them who they were created to be. It’s a better answer! -- Ed Drew (Director, Faith in Kids)

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