“I noticed his face.” Deborah Corridor’s phrases introduced the future of 2 males from very Other worlds. Ron Corridor used to be a world artwork broker with upscale tastes; Denver Moore used to be a homeless drifter with a perilous previous. Thousands and thousands have examine their not likely bond via their first guide, Comparable More or less Other as Me—a New York Times bestseller and now a tremendous movement image. 

Workin’ Our Means Home describes the 10 years Ron and Denver lived in combination after Leave out Debbie’s loss of life. Written in each Ron’s and Denver’s distinctive voices, their inspiring (and ceaselessly hilarious) adventures come with:

  • Their infrequently-ordinary existence in combination within the Murchison Mansion,
  • Denver unintentionally nearly burning the home down—two times,
  • The demanding situations concerned with making a film,
  • Two visits to the White Area,
  • Travelling the rustic to lift consciousness approximately homelessness,
  • And a lot more.

With each wit and knowledge, those pages monitor God’s plan lived out via those males and the ones closest to them, together with their pastime to satisfy Debbie’s dream of easing the ache and humiliation related to homelessness, poverty, and inequality.

“Whether or not we is wealthy or Whether or not we is terrible, or somethin in among, this earth ain’t no ultimate restin position. So in some way, we is all homeless—ever {last|ultimate|remaining|closing} one among us—simply workin our Means house.”

—Denver Moore