I am not an Orthodox convert yet (as I don't currently attend an Orthodox parish, nor have I been baptized), but God has opened my eyes to see the One, Holy and Apostolic Catholic Church, namely, the Christian Orthodoxy.
I used to be a Reformed Baptist, but after researching into Church history and discovering certain aspects of the Church that seemed foreign to protestantism, I decided to exegete what the Early Church believed in comparison with tenets of protestantism, namely, sola scriptura. I discovered that Sola scriptura was not used in the early church and instead Holy, Apostolic Tradition was. It was surprising that when the Eccumentical councils ruled, they did not consult scripture solely, nor conducted a comparison with rhetoric in accordance to God's nature, but instead the question the fathers considered was had been handed to them by Holy Tradition, the Tradition taught by our Lord Christ to the Apostles and handed down from generation to generation.
If the reformation was supposed to be a restoration of the Roman Catholic church, it didn't make sense to me how Luther could restore something that was corrupt from start.
If I was to be a slave to God, I thought to myself that I must worship and give glory to God in a matter that is right to Him, and not something fabricated by myself. So I prayed that God, by His grace and will, may reveal to me how I may give right Glory to Him. To my surprise, I was lead to the Orthodox Church, the One, Holy, Undivided, Catholic, and Apostolic Church whose name Orthodox literally means "right glory".
I am yet a Sophmore in highschool, but after pondering what I'd like to do after graduation, I have been earnestly seeking to become an Orthodox monastic in order to strictly devote my entirety to God and purge myself from all my sin. Although I do not know where I would go, I know God's will shall be done, and that a life not lived for God, is a life lived for vanity.
Please play for me, brothers.
Your friend in Christ,