You can change the world. Is that a naive idea? Maybe-but maybe not. Each person has a "pocketful of seeds" to plant for positive change. Christians, especially, are empowered and called by God to make a difference. In A Pocketful of Seeds, author and social-change agent Debbie Johnson issues a challenge to herself and her readers: let's sow "seeds" into the world every day for a year and see how we-and the world-are changed. A Pocketful of Seeds isn't just a devotional; it's a collection of inspiration and ideas for world changers. And it's not just for established Mother Teresas or Nelson Mandelas, but for everyday people who itch to break free and make an impact-a real impact. Each entry combines a compelling story with an action-a seed to be sown that day, like hanging out with someone of a different socioeconomic group or calling an elderly friend or making a microloan. Some daily seeds will fill you with delight, and some will call for sacrifice. All will make the world a better place, because one thing is definitely true: when seeds are sown, life happens.