Ron Hall


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While my daddy was fightin´ the big war in the Pacific, my grandmother delivered me in the farmhouse kitchen near Blooming Grove, Texas, in September 1945. This was back in those days when country girls knew about birthin´ babies and lucky for me, because my granddaddy and the town doctor were on the bucket brigade of a barn fire that night. I grew up in the bed of my granddad's Chevy pickup till it was time to go to school.

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“To love a man enough to help him, you have to forfeit the warm, self-righteous glow that comes from judging.”
Ron Hall, Denver Moore

“When you is precious to God, you become important to Satan.”
Ron Hall, Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together
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“Bein friends is like being soldiers in the army. You live together, you fight together; you die together.”
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