Same Kind Of Different As Me--Review

In Same Kind Of Different As Me, Ron Hall and Denver Moore pen the story of how their paths crossed and merged together all because of one woman who loved unconditionally. Debbie Hall, Ron's wife, is that woman.

Denver started out as a modern-day slave in Louisiana who had nothin, wanted nothin, and expected nothin. One day, he hopped on a train to escape the cotton fields and eventually ended up in Fort Worth, Texas where his life would be forever changed.
Ron started out poor but became wealthy after becoming an art dealer. After a couple of kids and some marriage problems, he and Debbie became closer than ever to each other and to God. Debbie heard God speaking to her heart and what He laid on her heart was the words of Solomon "There was found in the city a certain poor man who was wise and by his wisdom he saved the city." 
This book is about how Debbie found that poor man, how Ron befriended that poor man, and how that poor man's wisdom changed the lives of the people around him because his life was changed by Debbie.
Start this book and I warn you that you'll be reduced to tears at times and at others break out into a giggle. 
Most of all, this memoir will teach you to love unconditionally and to wake up in the morning with a grin and say "I woke up!"

This book was provided for free from BookSneeze, a branch of Thomas Nelson Publishers. I was asked to  honestly review it, and a positive review was not required.

Posted by Jane | at 7/07/2010 04:48:00 AM


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