What difference do it make? is a conversation that tells of the relationship between a well to do man with a rough family history and a homeless wise man and how a book has changed their life. It is a conversation about hope, restoration, and how one person’s decision can change the course of history. It tells of how two men from completely different walks of life can have their lives irrevocably intertwined for a cause definitely worth fighting for. Interspersed within the story of Ron and Denver are stories of hope about people who have been affected by the first book Same Kind of Different as Me.
I wish I would have read Same Kind of Different as Me, because I feel like I am catching the game in the second half of the championship game after a blockbuster of a first half. Conversation is swirling around me about events that I don’t have access to but wish that I did. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the book and think that Denver Moore is probably one of the wisest men I have ever read while at the same time having a refreshingly simple outlook on what the Bible actually says. I love how he relays his understanding of the Bible and how we are supposed to live according to it without pulling any punches. He is not afraid to tell it like it is and I love it.
- Same Kind of Different as Me – by Ron Hall, Denver Moore, and Lynn Vincent
- Servolution – Dino Rizzo
- The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical – Shane Claiborne