Roy Comstock is a man who has had many unique life experiences. From his early childhood days when he was forced to adapt to living in fourteen different foster homes, to the rise and fall of his own multi-million dollar financial empire, which then taught him to adapt to a life of hard cold prison confinement and a lesson in what can happen to any
Roy has worked at the top of the corporate ladder and he knows first-hand of the daily, and even minute-by-minute, importance of maintaining a vibrant relationship with Jesus to help facilitate right decision making. It takes commitment and accountability to maintain this kind of walk with the Lord. All of these life lessons have prepared Roy and given him an understanding of what it takes to live a godly life in today’s world.
Dr. Paul Cedar, the Chairman of Mission America Coalition and long-time friend, wrote about Roy, “Major failure came into his marriage, his business and his personal life. The good news is instead of departing from the faith, Roy repented and turned to Christ in a deeper way than ever before in his life. He cried out to the Lord concerning his own life, and the Lord responded not only to his needs, but also taught him insights that can be of great help to anyone who desires to follow Jesus Christ.” It was during his time in prison that the Lord revealed many of the principles that Roy calls the “Twelve Characteristics of a Godly Life.”