Wayne Hudson became a Christian over 40 years ago and soon developed a desire to serve God in some full time ministry. It would be almost 15 years later that this goal would become a reality. When his first book, Many a Tear Has to Fall was published, he began receiving invitations to speak in churches, Christian conferences, and retreats. This would lead to teaching breakout sessions in various conferences on a national level. He was privileged to speak and teach at the 14th Baptist Youth World Conference in Hong Kong.

Wayne has directed and facilitated divorce recovery workshops in various churches a strong proponent of the Covenant Marriage Movement. He has also facilitated, taught and directed numerous marriage conferences.

Throughout the years, he has traveled extensively abroad due to his passion for foreign missions. These include:  Moscow, Hungary, Romania, Mexico, Costa Rico, Panama, and extensively to Ukraine. He has both spoken and taught at various events in Ukraine as well.

He is currently a Bible teacher and marriage counselor at the Home of Grace Christian Recovery, MS. Vancleave, In recent years, he has developed a deep and abiding interest in Heaven. His book, The Fiddle, is the first of what may become a succession of novels on the afterlife. He sees a greater level of interest in Heaven now than at ever before.

Wayne’s guiding and motivating scripture for his writing ministry is the following:

“Blessed is the man whose strength is in thee; in whose heart are the ways of them. Who passing through the valley of Baca make it a well; the rain also filleth the pools.”

Psalms 84:5-6

Of this, he explains:

“As I near the end of my journey, Jesus has impressed upon me to dig wells of sorts for those that come behind me and thirst. My prayer is that you may be refreshed and spiritually nourished as you drink from these wells of words. But more importantly, may you get a very clear glimpse into that wonderful place that our Savior has prepared for “all them also that love his appearing.”

2 Timothy 4:8


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