5th Oct, 2008

Same Kind of Different As Me

Same Kind of Different As Me captivated me from beginning to end. This autobiographical book tells the story of how two men’s lives were interwoven, creating a beautiful and lasting tapestry that only God could weave from the broken strands of their lives.

Ron Hall is a white man of great privilege because he capitalized on a God-given talent for appraising the value of artwork into a multi-million dollar business. Denver Moore is a black man who grew up sharecropping in some of the poorest parts of Louisiana and who learned wisdom through the trials of such a life. By the providence of God their lives crossed at a homeless shelter in Fort Worth, Texas. The story they tell together will break your heart (or should I say reveal the breaks that already exist in your heart) and show you the Way to a heart restored.

Please, if you haven’t read this story, get or order the book today. It won’t be long before you’ll be telling others to do the same.

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I am going to have to read this book.. It has been mentioned numerous times lately. A lady I recently met has been minstering with her family under the tree where they met for the past 10 years.

Are you familiar with Mission Arlington, I know your heart for the poor and evangelism.. you have to research what God has done through this ministry in the past 23 years. I toured it on Sunday..

Have a great day,
Beth

Yes, read it!! It will only take a day or so if you have the time to set aside!

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