Our Keynote Speaker
Rev. Dr. John Roddam
John has served as an Anglican priest throughout Canda for many years (1983-1994). John presently serves as Rector of St. James Anglican Church, Kentville, Nova Scotia effective November 1st, 2017 (All Saints Day). John grew up in Nova Scotia and is an Alum of Acadia University (M.Div.) and studied at the Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education in Chicago. He also holds a doctoral degree Ministry degree from Fuller Seminary in the U.S.
Since 2011, John and his wife Holly moved back to Atlantic Canada where they have been mentoring various church leaders, and planters, as well as business leaders. John is also responsible for organizing training in the Five-Fold Ministry as well as speaking at conferences and retreats speaking among other things, about the history of revival and spiritual awakening. John has also helped in establishing the Atlantic House of Prayer and the Halifax Healing Rooms.
John and Holly lead Pleroma International as part of their ministry to the Church and the world around them.
Our Special Guest Speakers
Phil currently serves as a deacon in the Oasis Community Church (Windsor, NS) which is part of the Apostolic Church in Canada. Phil has served on various regional and local intercessory prayer groups. One of these – “Unity Prayer Group” – is an interdenominational group and has been influential in the West Hants Ministerial over the past 5 years in various ways such as the “West Hants Day of Prayer” and the “Multi Church Alpha”.
Jeanette has a burden to see churches equipped to seek the God in prayer. She has been a mentor in prayer for over nearly thirty years and has hosted the Regional Intercessors for the Maritimes (RIM) which occurs twice a year in Bible Hill (Truro), NS.
Born in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Edward is a graduate of Acadia Divinity College, with more than 35 years of pastoral ministry. Edward has served churches in Ontario, and Atlantic Canada and he is currently a member of Lancaster Baptist Church in Saint John, NB. Edward values prayer and interdenominational cooperation. He has served in various prayer ministries including Prayer Over the City and prayer ministries for immigrants to Canada and the Greater Saint John Ministerial since 2001.
Edward is also married to Beverly and they have two grown children and two grandsons.