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Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 18 to 28 Summary

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Chapters 18 to 28 Summary and Analysis

Chapters 18 through 28 describe the meeting and developing friendship of Ron and Denver. Deborah feels God's call to serve at the Union Gospel Mission and Ron wants to be a good husband by helping. Deborah tells Ron she sees the face of a man who changes the city in her dream. Don Shisler is a fifty-some year-old director and Pam is a volunteer coordinator. A chapel and kitchen tour lead to chain-smoking Chef Jim, a TCU graduate recuperating from his addictions by trading cooking for room and board. Deborah serves Tuesday dinners with Ron. Meals are free after Brother Bill's "hellfire and brimstone" sermon in the chapel. A big black man rages that someone steals his shoes, and Deborah says he is the man she sees in her dream that she wants Ron to befriend. The black man in his sixties is a loner...

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