Roydon Ng

Press Service International

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

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  • Making Disciples Who Make Disciples

    In the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 28, Verses 19-20, we find the essence of the Christian mission encapsulated in what is commonly known as the Great Commission. Jesus, after His resurrection, imparts a profound mandate to His disciples, instructing them to go and "make disciples of all nations."

  • Power of Prayer in Busy Life

    In the hustle and bustle of our modern lives, amidst the cacophony of deadlines, commitments, and responsibilities, the timeless practice of prayer often takes a backseat.

  • Western Sydney inter-church networks grow on the streets for new harvest

    For the past few decades, the Western Sydney suburb of Auburn has not been attributed to one of a strong Christian community, with the changing socio-demographics now seeing over a third of the population identifying as adherents to the Islamic religion followed by a growing number of East and South Asian belief systems.

  • Active Citizenship Matters

    As Christians, our faith is not confined within the walls of our churches; it calls us to be active participants in shaping society.

  • Churches Ought to Focus on More Than Sunday Services

    It is no secret that churches have played a vital role in the spiritual, emotional, and even social lives of people throughout history.

  • In God We Trust

    The world of politics is a realm of grand illusions and broken promises. It's a place where we're told to place our trust, where the hopes and dreams of millions are hung on the words of politicians. But time and again, we've seen that trust misplaced, those promises broken, and our faith in the system eroded.

  • The Rise of Artificial Intelligence

    As Christians, we are called to be good stewards of the gifts and talents given to us by God, including the advances in technology that have changed the world in ways we could never have imagined.

  • The World’s Cup

    For many, the World Cup is a football festival that celebrates the best and brightest from across the globe.

  • The Christian Republic: Part 1

    Confronting Western civilisation is the tension of self-sacrifice and the growing individualistic material pursuits of our socio-political systems. At the core intersection of such upheaval is a question underpinning the role of Christian charity in the world today.

  • Dangerous Idea: The Goodness of Suffering

    Are you carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders? Do you feel that your world is falling down beside you and that no one else understands? Fear not, it is possible to find hope in hard times.