“Same Kind Of Different As Me” by Ron Hall & Denver Moore with Lynn Vincent

Hello TTT Ladies,

Meet Denver, a man raised under plantation-style slavery in Louisiana in the 1960’s; a who escaped, hopping a train to wander, homeless, for eighteen years in the streets of Dallas, Texas. No longer a slave, Denver’s life was still hopeless until God moved.

First came a godly woman who prayed, listened, and obeyed. And then came her husband, Ron an international arts dealer at home in a world of Armani suited millionaires. And they all came together.

But slavery takes many forms. Deborah discovers that she has cancer. In the face if possible death, she charges her husband to rescue Denver.  Who will be saved, and who will be lost? What is the future for these unlikely three? What is God doing?

“Same Kind Of Different As Me” is the emotional tale of their story: a telling of pain and laughter, doubt and tears, dug out between the bandages of this earth and the free possibility of heaven. No reader or listener will ever forget it.


Please show your support on 23 July 2013 at 6:30pm. Inez will facilitate this novel.

We will meet at the Augusta Richmond County Public Library 823 Telfair St Augusta, Ga 30901




One thought on ““Same Kind Of Different As Me” by Ron Hall & Denver Moore with Lynn Vincent

  1. Hello TTT Ladies,

    I really enjoyed reading this book that Beth selected for a “conversation” This is truly a book that is inspirational, the emotions are detailed and written with so much depth.

    This book comes alive through the eyes of Denver, he grew up in the Jim Crow era in the south which was nothing but a “formal sense of slavery” Ron and Deborah open their hearts to Denver and new man was was born in love.

    I can imagine the look on Ron’s and Deborah’s face when he was telling them of his life during that time. How could black people still be in slavery when slavery was supposed to be abolished. This story is very clear on how they felt.

    This is a true story, after you read it it will renew your strenght in miracles. There are good people in all races, the only factor about race is “pigment” some of us just have more than other’s inspite of our “start” in life.

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