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.