Same Kind of Different

From his birth Denver Moore knew no other life than share-cropping and poverty in Red River Parish in Louisiana. Ron and Hall enjoyed an affluent lifestyle in Fort Worth, Texas.
In the book, The Same Kind of Different as Me, they share their journeys of providential twists and turns that eventually lead them both to the Union Gospel Mission, a homeless shelter in Texas.
As I read the story, I couldn’t help but think about the men at Clifton Men’s Sanctuary. What are my presuppositions about them? What are their presuppositions about me? What are the stories that have shaped them? This is a good read: brief, enjoyable, and thought provoking.

–from David

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