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Same Kind Of Different As Me

Ron Hall & Denver Moore with Lynn Vincent
Publisher: Thomas Nelson 2006
ISBN: 9780849919017


Reviewed by Mary Richards

How does a man hardened by a lifetime of poverty, prison and homelessness find redemption? Ask Denver Moore. Scrooge had Marley and three ghosts working his transformation. Denver had Deborah Hall, a volunteer at a Fort Worth Mission and her initially reluctant wealthy art dealer husband, Ron, to help drag him from a physical and spiritual abyss. Mrs. Hall's unconditional love coupled with determination, persistence, and kindness, propels Denver into a life-changing awareness that benefits them all.

This richly woven inspirational story celebrates compassion, faith, loyalty, trust, friendship and caring -- a tale where the underdog triumphs and everyone wins. It will likely wring a few tears from your eyes.


MARY RICHARDS SPENT MANY YEARS TEACHING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. INOCULATED WITH THE READING BUG IN THE FIRST GRADE WITH THE "ADVENTURES OF DICK AND JANE," SHE HAS HAD A LOVE AFFAIR WITH PRINT EVER SINCE. SHE ENJOYS READING, WRITING, AND PAINTING.



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