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Same Kind of Different As Me
By Ron Hall and Denver Moore
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 4/1 mccumber_1990 wrote: You will be challenged to look at life differently. I will never be the same since reading this book. I have a new empathy for the underpriveleged in this country. I have a new desire to spend time with the Lord. This is a book that needs to be read by the masses. I began praying immediately that someone ... Great Book!
On 3/19 Courtney A wrote: I have to admit something. I normally don't enjoy reading nonfiction. I'm not drawn to it and when I do read it, often a book takes me months and months to finish. Unfortunately, this book wasn't any different.This true story is about two men, Ron Hall and Denver Moore, and their unlikely friendship. ... Same Kind of Different As Me
On 3/18 Allison Lynn wrote: Denver Moore and Ron Hall tell the story of an amazing friendship. Denver - a 20th century sharecropper who set out into the world, only to find himself homeless and friendless. Ron - an affluent and successful art dealer, living in a world of power and pride. That is, until Ron's feisty wife, Deborah, ... Inspiring, challenging, and deeply moving
On 3/5 Sarah Elisabeth wrote: The journeys of three lifetimes collide in an odd place, changing the place and the journeys of them all forever. When sophisticated art dealer Ron Hall – who has skeletons in his own closet – yields to his wife’s desire to minister to the homeless, he has to find a way to set aside previous experiences ... My only regret is not reading it sooner
On 3/3 Logan Crumrine wrote: When I approached this book I really did not know what to expect. I had read several reviews and thought it look good and offered a compelling true story that I could really get into. In Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore there is a compelling story of two very unlikely men becoming ... Same kind of Different as Me
On 2/11 Nellie Dee wrote: By Ron Hall & Denver Moore with Lynn VincentA dangerous, homeless drifter who grew up picking cotton in virtual slavery.An upscale art dealer accustomed to the world of Armani and Chanel.A gutsy woman with a stubborn dream. A story so incredible no novelist would dare dream it.This ... Same Kind of Different As Me.
On 1/30 Jennifer Harrison wrote: I had several friends tell me that they loved the book Same Kind of Different as Me and that I had to read it. They also described sobbing uncontrollably while reading it. "Keep a kleenex handy!" they said. This caused me to dismiss everything they said about the book after that. Why sign myself up for ... Same Kind of Different as Me - a review
On 1/27 Karen Nahas wrote: Same Kind of Different as Me is an amazing story of unlikely friends told in two voices by Ron Hall and Denver Moore. I finished this book in 1 day. It is one of my top 3 favorite books of all time.There is so much I loved about this book, but mostly, I loved the message ... Book Review: Same Kind of Different as Me.
On 1/19 Sarah Esh wrote: Once I picked this book up I had a hard time putting it down. The story is of Denver Moore, a modern day slave who escapes life on a plantation in Louisiana in the 1960’s. Through a seires of events he ends up homeless in Fort Worth, Texas, where he meets Ron Hall, a wealthy art dealer, and his wife, ... Once I picked this book up I had a hard time putting it down.
On 1/19 Megan Strange wrote: “The truth about it is, whether we is rich or poor or somethin in between, this earth ain’t no final restin place. So in a way, we is all homeless–just workin our way toward home.” Denver Moore, Same Kind of Different as Me It seems incredibly appropriate that I finished reading Same Kind of ... A Story of Hope...in the midst of Homelessness and even in the midst of the world's "success"