Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Same Kind of Different as Me

If you need reinforcement of why you need to believe in yourself read Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore. It is an inspiring read that tells the story of Ron and Deborah as it is intertwined with Denver. They are as unlikely a match as you will ever see but both have so much to learn from each other.

Deborah is the glue that shows Ron and Denver how much these two very independent men need each other. Ron and Denver could not be more different one a family man, the other a drifter. It takes Deborah’s insight for them to see how much they need one another. They learn about trust and how physical valuing physical resources can help or hinder a relationship. They learn about God through each other’s eyes often without realizing it. There are times in life when we step away from one another and God it seems. Sometimes it is difficult to ask for a way back into a friendship, into a heart. These three explore these difficulties and realize that it is God’s heart that they seek in one another.

The book is written in the two distinct voices of Ron and Denver. Together they show how they each view the situations at hand. It helps the reader to see, how seeing in parallel view, does not always mean that the perspectives are shared but the passion can be.

Same Kind of Different as Me will make you laugh, cry, think and most important reflect on your own life.

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