Roydon is married to Joan and they have three kids. He is currently a curate at Christ Church Midrand where he served as minister in charge of parking between Jan 2015-Jan 2016. Roydon was recently redeployed, but he swears it has nothing to do with the two cars that were stolen during his tenure. Reliable sources confirm that he is yet to hand over his luminous yellow bib, and it appears his reluctance has something to do with his claim that, “there is no space on this earth more in need of the gospel than your average church parking lot.” If he had his own blog, Roydon would call it the gravy stain, because he clearly missed the gravy train, and gravy stain sounds truer to real life. In his spare time, Roydon plays “sea monsters” with his kids – a game that is a lot less scary than it sounds.
Eusebius McKaiser, Dr Eve and the future of sex. By Roydon Frost. At the end of November last year, radio talk-show [...]
By Roydon Frost. Evaluating any culture is a hard thing. Evaluating your own culture fairly, is harder. Evaluating white culture, in South [...]
By Roydon Frost. Recently our brothers and sisters from a church in New York held a “faith and work” event for us [...]
By Roydon Frost. I’m not sure there is any one model for parenting. It’s a bit of a fashion industry really. It’s [...]
By Roydon Frost. For the average Christian, time off is tricky. Either it doesn’t come easy, or it comes all too easy. [...]
Finding joy in the Lord as we raise our children In a game of word association, the word “children” does not always [...]