Eastern Orthodox Pastor has far-flung roots What Antony Hughes did all these many years ago at Oral Roberts University Graduate School of Theology and Missions in Tulsa was zig when he was supposed to zag. Here was your basic Southern Baptist who, at this beacon of the charismatic movement, first vectored from his evangelical roots […]
The “spirituality” of the Vineyard movement as I experienced it is just a laid-back Southern California cockiness.
by Fr. Joseph Huneycutt I’m a Southerner. I was born and reared a Southern Baptist; educated as an Episcopalian, and converted to Orthodox Christianity a decade ago. Since then, I’ve been struggling to be Orthodox. As a missionary priest, I’ve also struggled to bring others to Orthodoxy in the South. More than anything, I’ve learned […]
Our investigation and eventual membership in the Orthodox Church had nothing to do with the usual conversion subjects. Ours was an issue of spiritual hunger, spiritual formation, and Orthodox ethos.
Gradually we became aware that the Orthodox Church is the true Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.