>Wow. The stories told in Same Kind of Different as Me amazed me. These stories of the lives of Hall and Moore were honest, heartbreaking, real, and oh so beautiful.
Denver is essentially born into slavery in Louisiana and, after running away, lives on the streets. Ron, on the other hand, is a privileged art dealer from a totally different walk of life. As their paths cross, and through their relationship, both men gain a new understanding of life, faith, friendship, the world.
Their experiences and relationship really invites Jesus lovers and followers to live honestly and with intentionality. As a reviewer for Thomas Nelson, I received a free review copy of this book in exchange for my opinions; however, I would have purchased this book, and intend to do so as gifts for family and friends who I think will appreciate the honest, real, stories of these two men. This is a life-changing book.