Roydon Ng

Press Service International

Roydon Ng is a Christian writer and Baptist seminary graduate from Western Sydney.

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  • The Power of Words

    From COVID cluster to the attempted Capitol coup d’état on the news, to conversational churches, the opening of the new year could not have been any more of a clown show.

  • The Next Generation

    For young Christians growing up, it is undoubted that challenges of secularism abound.

  • 5 things they didn’t teach you in Sunday School

    The Word of God is full of weird and wonderful stories that if made into a television series, some episodes would be given an Adults Only content warning.

  • A Matter of Philosophy

    My biggest regret with hindsight to my many years of tertiary education is my failure to study philosophy.

  • 10 things Christians say that sound churchy

    We all have “that” Christian in our church. Regular church-folk find such Christian-ese tolerable. And for the unchurched, they are the reason why Christians seem weird. How’s your Christian-ese?

  • 50 reasons why church online is awesome

    With everything that is going on in the world today and the increasing difficulty of going to church, here is why the internet is saving the day!

  • Our Great South Land

    The legacy of the First Fleet is one commonly of convicts and the denigration of the Indigenous population. But overlooked by many historians and our school curriculums is the arrival of Christianity, which is both distinct and in parallel to the colonisation of what would become Australia.

  • The Colour of Christianity

    Christianity is commonly mistaken as the religion of the white Western world. It is no secret that Christianity once found a home in Europe, but the Bible refutes any suggestion that Christianity is merely a Western religion, as Jesus upset the cultural status quo through his teachings.

  • The Man in the High Castle

    “Running away isn’t the same as being free” – Juliana Crain speaking as she flees from the Nazi and Japanese victory in World War 2. It stands as a reminder to us today that we should not be accustomed to the norms of this fallen world.

  • Progress or Pagan?

    For most, the notion of paganism and idolatry have been relegated to the ancient history of the past, with mainstream society now only producing a false dichotomy between religious and supposedly non-religious people.