An Evangelical Missionary Smitten With Orthodoxy

by Fr. David Hudson Not long after I arrived in Romania as an evangelical missionary in 1993, an Evangelical pastor with whom I was working said to me, "You think you came to Romania to do something for God, but perhaps He wants to do something for you". It was true that I was on a pilgrimage that had started when I was a child with an unusual thirst for spiritual things, but I really did not expect my searching to come to an end in Romania. I was raised in the conservative Wesleyan movement, and baptized at the age of 8. Even as a child I was willing to stand alone for my religious convictions, and I strove to live a consistent … [Read more...]