Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Darin Hufford's new website

Darin Hufford has a new website, The Free Believers Network. It really looks good so, if you want to check it out, I posted a link to it under Great websites.

8 comments:

Karen said...

Hi Aida....I just joined FBN a couple days ago. I found your site when i googled FBN. We are probably close to the same age and on a similar journey. I'd love to dialogue with you....karen (so cal) you'll probably run across my posts on FBN. I've seen yours.

Aida said...

Hi Karen,

Thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you found FBN and my blog. Darin's got an awesome website which I'm sure you'll enjoy. I'm not surprised that you've read my posts on his forum since I talk so much. What he shares really has excited me.

I hope you'll check out my blog whenever you get a chance. I'd love to dialogue with you here or on the forum. If you'd like a private conversation, just PM and, if you want to talk by phone, just add your number and we can link up that way.

I look forward to getting to know you better and hearing more about your journey.

Aida

Karen said...

thanks Aida. Your names is fairly unusual, but my best friend growing up was named Aida. I agree..what I've heard so far of D.H. has been pretty amazing. I consider his ministry a gift from the Father to my heart. I will definitely be checking out yours site and look forward to getting to know you as well. I have 4 sons, been married for 34 yrs, yikes..that sounds weird. I have one 3yrs old grandson. I live in Fallbrook, CA, North San Diego County. I just started an oline personal training biz with some family members. You can check us out at www.inspireimagine.com. talk to u soon..k

Aida said...

Darin’s teaching is amazing. I found out about him almost a year ago through a link posted on a forum and I got his book and read it. Like you, I consider him to be Father’s gift to me as well as the body of Christ. If you’ve spent any time looking at my blog, you've probably figured out that Darin’s ministry is special to me. I’ve jokingly said that I’ve posted so many links to his teachings that people probably think it’s his blog.

I hope you will come back here often. I look forward to getting to know you as well. Have you joined the FBN forum yet? I don’t remember seeing your name there although I did see a couple of your comments in the blog section. If you haven’t, I highly recommend it. We’re having a great time getting to know each other as well as sharing thoughts as free believers.

I have two children – a daughter and a son – and five grandchildren. I live in South Carolina and work in a public high school. School will be out next week so I’m looking forward to more online time.

I’ll try to check out your website. It sounds interesting.

Aida

Karen said...

Hi Aida....I buy a ton of books and don't read half of them. I'm tempted to buy Darin's book, what's it called, The Honest Truth, something like that. I'm sure it's good....is it up there on the top of your favs? I've read a few of the ones on your book list. Really love McVey. Have u read Bob George? I went to his conference a couple yrs ago in Tx...love that guy. Really great to meet you Aida...K

Aida said...

Hi Karen,

I think Darin's book is phenomenal. It's called The God's Honest Truth and I'm reading it for the third time. After I finish reading it, I just start it again. Have you seen the blog I posted yesterday about Darin's interview on The God Journey? I gave a link that you can follow to hear it. Most of the conversation centers around what's in the book.

It definitely is one of my favorite books and Darin is one of my favorite people. I really think you'd enjoy reading it.

I've read Steve McVey's grace trilogy. I love the simplicity of what he shares. Darin also takes the complication out of things. The only book I've read by Bob George is Growing in Grace. I really liked it. If I have time, I'd like to read Classic Christianity. I really like what he has to say.

I'd also recommend Jim Palmer's two books, Divine Nobodies and Wide Open Spaces. Both are really good.

Aida

Karen said...

Hi....Classic Christianity was probably the first book I read that started me on the road to freedom. I am definitely ordering Darin's book. I can see why he is one of your fav people. I love his transparency and honesty and his courage. He's a hero imho. I'm reading the Sacred Romance right now. I must say, it's just not as easy reading these days, having to find a pair of readers, if you know what i mean. I'll check out the God Journey thing too, thanks Aida.......K

Aida said...

I believe everyone needs to read Darin's book. It's an eye opener. Darin in my opinion is an awesome person, just as you said, very open and and honest. I've also found him to be very real.

Hero is a good term although I'm sure Darin wants us to realize that he's just like us and he doesn't want us to try to copy him.

I haven't read Sacred Romance. Right now I'm re-reading Waking the Dead by John Eldredge. It's a great book.

Aida