Two men from extremely different backgrounds tell a very emotionally grabbing story of the woman who drew them together to impact lives of the homeless. Ron Hall relates his story of education and entrepreneurship as an international art dealer and Denver Moore in alternate chapters shares his background as a homeless man who lived dirt poor as a sharecropper. They were brought together through the selfless life of Deborah, Ron’s wife, who volunteers at the Union Gospel Mission for the homeless in Ft. Worth, Texas.
This true story is humorous, challenging and gut wrenchingly sad. I was amazed by the courageous life of Deborah. Her will to help those that have nothing involved personal sacrifices that few are willing to make. Check-out Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together by Ron Hall and Denver Moore.