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Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall
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Feb 11, 09

Read in February, 2009

i had no idea this was printed by a division of nelson, a christian publisher or i would not have read it. but i am glad i did as it raised more questions than it answered and was fantastic on so many levels. the mystery, magic and miracles described...the fascinating story of denver...a modern day slave, and the question of the value of prayer for anyone, believer or not was thot provoking for the hardline evangelical. but denver's life, dialect/speech and history was the highlight. the chapters alternate between rich white man and illiterate 55-70 year old black man.
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Matthew Callis I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was awesome to see how Christian faith and friendship can make such a difference. By being obedient to God, we all can change lives.

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