Deborah Hall sparked the journey that intertwined the paths of two men from very different worlds. "I saw his face," she recalled from her vivid dream.
Ron Hall was an international art dealer who enjoyed all the luxuries of the upper class lifestyle. Denver Moore was a homeless man with dark and dangerous past. Millions of readers were moved by their journey as they read Same Kind of Different as Me. Now many viewers have even seen the cinematic portrayal of of their friendship in the movie of the same name.
Workin' Our Way Home details the ten years Ron and Denver lived together following the death of Miss Debbie. Written from both Ron's and Denver's unique perspectives, their adventures include:
- Their sometimes bizarre life together in the Murchison Mansion
- Denver accidentally almost burning the house down, twice
- The challenges involved with making a movie
- Two visits to the White House
- Travelling the country to raise awareness about homelessness
- And much more
Packed with wit and wisdom, this new unfolding story reveals God's plan as lived out through these men and those closest to them. Through their story, the Debbie's dream is realized, with the easing of pain and humiliation associated with homelessness, poverty, and inequality.
“Whether we is rich or whether we is poor, or somethin in between, this earth ain’t no final restin place. So in a way, we is all homeless—ever last one of us—just workin our way home.”