Trevor Hudson has been part of the Methodist movement in southern Africa for more than 35 years. Serving primarily around Johannesburg, South Africa, he is deeply committed to the work and ministry of the local congregation. Presently he works part-time at the Institute for Creative Conversation of Northfield Methodist Church in Benoni, just outside Johannesburg.
Besides his local commitments, Trevor travels widely, preaching, teaching, and lecturing in the areas of spiritual formation, spiritual direction, and pastoral therapy. He lectures at Fuller Seminary, Pasedena, in their Doctor of Ministry (Spiritual Direction) program, and he also works closely with Upper Room Ministries, the Renovaré International Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation, the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation, and the Jesuit Institute in South Africa.
Trevor is married to Debbie, and they are the parents of two adult children, Joni and Mark.
A recent conversation brought home for me again the importance of being interested in others if we want to bear witness for Christ. At a wedding reception I was seated alongside a rather impressive-looking man. We introduced ourselves, and I learned that he was a doctor working in the same city where I worked. He read more