Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall & Denver Moore, a review

Ron Hall’s flirtation with the wealthy lifestyle leads him down the path of infidelity. His wife, Debbie, forgives him, and together they embark on a new project of her choosing–ministering to the homeless in Fort Worth, Texas. Ron finds himself serving food every Tuesday.

Debbie’s had a dream about a man who is, in the words of Ecclesiastes, “A wise man who changes the city.” She points out the man to Ron–a tall taciturn, angry black man. Befriend that man, she tells him.