Same Kind of Different as Me

What a story!  An international art dealer, a man raised in virtual slavery on a Louisiana plantation, and the fireball of a woman who brings them together in a most unusual friendship. The book began as interesting, then moved to fascinating, and then became powerful.  It is a true story, but at times, stranger than fiction.

I doubt you can read this book and ever feel quite the same about homeless people again. This book is a testimony to the grace of God transforming a human life and what God can do through one person who is willing to love “the least of these” for Christ’s sake.