Terry Anger 

Pastor Terry Anger has been preaching since his teens and has been in pastoral ministry since 1982. He served as associate pastor at Devon Park Baptist Church in Fredericton, NB before joining the faculty at New Brunswick Bible Institute where he taught Homiletics and Expository Preaching for six years.

In 2009 Pastor Terry founded Rhema on the Road Ministries which provided teaching and discipleship resources to churches throughout Canada and the United States. He has also preached extensively in Bible Conferences and churches both in Canada, the United States, and South America. Presently, Pastor Terry serves as senior pastor of Northside Baptist Church in Waterloo, ON.

Pastor Terry is a native of Niagara Falls, ON. He studied at Liberty University, and New Brunswick Bible Institute specializing in Biblical and Theological Studies. He and his wife, Allison, have been married since 1982. They are the proud parents of four adult children and grandparents of two. Terry and Allison have also been involved in foster care since 2004 and in 2008 became foster parents of Anna who we remain in contact with to this day.

Jacob Moon has been recording and performing full time for the past 20 years, and released his 11th CD recently with his new band, The Commissionaires. He has shared the stage with Gordon Lightfoot, Ron Sexsmith and just recorded a song that will appear on the next Rush CD. His music has taken him all over the world, and his heart for justice has led him to advocate on behalf of children living in poverty. He and his wife Allison have adopted three children in Hamilton over the past 9 years, and he speaks and sings regularly across Canada about that experience.

Sue Badeau

Jacob Moon

Sue Badeau, is a nationally known speaker, writer and consultant. She is former president of the North American Council on Adoptable Children and current board member of Justice for Families and has worked closely with the Human Rights Campaign’s All Children, All Families, National Child Traumatic Stress Network, the National Council for Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Casey Family Programs and the Pew Commission on Children in Foster Care. She trains adoptive, foster, and kinship caregivers and child welfare professionals across the country on trauma, parenting, permanency for older youth, family engagement, self-care and many other topics. Sue and her husband, Hector, are lifetime parents of 22 children, two by birth and 20 adopted and have also served as foster parents and kin caregivers to more than 75 children.  They have authored books on permanency and trauma including, Are We There Yet: The Ultimate Road Trip, Adopting and Raising 22 Kids, Building Bridges of Hope: A Coloring Book for Adults Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma, and the child’s companion version, “Bubbles and Butterflies” both illustrated by their daughter Chelsea Badeau.​