Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Same Kind of Different As Me

I finished this book in less than 3 days. I was taken in by chapter 2 and laughed, cried, pondered, and repented the whole way through. It is well written and easy to digest yet full of hidden treasures. I like that this book challenges those of us who consider ourselves Christian - that we usually aren't as real as we say and certainly rarely have actions that are as revolutionary as Jesus paved the way for. Both authors are honest in their struggles with themselves, their histories, weaknesses and the strength found in their purpose together. I most admire that they consider making a difference in one life, and the difference one life can make, important.

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