The Newpoint Team

The Holy Spirit led the founders of this organization to start Newpoint Partnership.  Jesus Christ is the leader of it, it exists to glorify Jesus Christ and the Father, and is wholly dependent upon Him for its continuance.  The men and women below are currently serving Jesus at Newpoint…

Executive Director

Rich Angerer is a native of New Jersey, where he and his wife, Barb, raised and homeschooled their 4 children. God moved them through several churches during those 20 years, each time growing and pruning them.  With a desire to be in Christian ministry, Rich retired a few years early from his commercial airline job and they moved to Brunswick in 2016. In looking for ministry opportunities here, Rich joined The Gideons International. Through this organization he weekly ministered to and discipled men in Ware State Prison tier cells for more than 2 years. It is due to several experiences he has had with men there that God placed Newpoint Partnership on his heart. Rich and Barb are members of Community Church in Brunswick and peer counselors at Skylark in Brunswick.


Discipleship & Residence Director

We are currently seeking a Discipleship and Residence Director.

This position is for a man, called of God to be in post-prison ministry, who wants to help men grow in their Christian walk and be all that they are meant to be.  Please contact the Executive Director for further information.


Board of Directors

Tom Riccio, Chairman, has been active in Youth, and Outreach/Mission ministries ever since he surrendered his life to Jesus Christ almost 30 years ago. Tom’s career is in chemical engineering, where he has held leadership positions in both Production and Engineering Management. Tom and his wife, Judi, have been active in ministry since their arrival in Glynn County in 1997. He has ministered to inmates during his 15 year involvement with Christians in Action where he has played softball in approximately 45 correctional facilities in FL, AL and MS. Tom currently is Board Chair of HIS Ministries in Brunswick and an Elder at Rhema Community Church.


Barb Angerer, Secretary Treasurer, has been serving the Lord actively for the last 25 years. During that time she has homeschooled her four children, served in various capacities in the churches she has attended with her husband, Rich, and served as a leader and teacher in her home school community in New Jersey. Since her youngest child graduated high school in 2013, Barb has been studying and teaching the Scriptures full-time. In addition, she has discipled women and done marital and pre-marital discipleship. In addition to serving as Secretary for Newpoint Partnership, Barb continues discipling women and couples, leads Bible studies with teens, serves as a peer counselor with Skylark, and provides the academic and spiritual instruction for House of Hope, a residential treatment center for teens rescued from sex trafficking.



Charles Baldwin is a native of Brunswick. His father was a Baptist preacher. Charles was led to Christ at an early age, but after the passing of his father when he was 12, his curiosity led to a life of drugs and alcohol. At the age of 35, in desperation, having reached the lowest point in his life, he received Christ Jesus into his life. After being delivered from drugs and alcohol he has been pressing to live a Christian life to the best of his ability. He spends his life trying to encourage others who are caught up in addiction to come to Christ, as God leads him.


Allen Booker is a Brunswick native and he has been active in civic issues for many years.  He is a member of Worth It International Ministries, Inc.  He is also the Glynn County Commissioner for District 5 and the Executive Director of Rebuilding Together of Glynn County Georgia, Inc.  Allen has been married to his wife, Vanessa, for over 30 years.  They have one son (Dominique), 2 grandchildren and 6 godchildren.  He was saved by grace through Jesus Christ.


Thomas “Lee” Price grew up in Spokane, Washington and in his teenage years became an atheist and a chronic alcoholic. His alcohol addiction led to a tragic car crash in 1993 that took multiple innocent lives. Lee was sentenced to prison as a result and immediately after, he had a personal encounter with Jesus Christ that changed his life forever. During his incarceration he was called into ministry and served Jesus as a Bible teacher, Christian author, a poet, and was deeply involved with Kairos Prison Ministry. He met his beautiful wife Laurie, with a divine confirmation, and they actually married inside Washington State Prison in 2006. Since his release from prison in 2010 both Lee and Laurie have been serving the Lord with Kairos and other ministries. Laurie also has written her own inspirational poetry book combined with her amazing acrylic paintings. Lee is currently employed as Accounting Manager with Visiting Angels in Brunswick, Georgia. Together, they enjoy 4 children and 10 grandchildren.


Warren Rogers is a native of Brunswick.  He attended College Without Walls through his local church for a year.  He felt compelled to go into jail and prison ministry over 20 years ago and he’s been involved in Kairos Prison Ministry for the last 7 years.  He has also worked for over a year with people in recovery from chemical dependencies.  He felt led of the Lord (from Isaiah 42:6-7) to go into the prison houses and open the eyes of the blind and it has become his passions…being a witness and light for Christ in this dark world.  Warren is also principally involved in building an orphanage in Africa.


Jeff Shadrick has been a Christian for more than 60 years and has served in numerous leadership capacities within the churches he attended. Jeff’s career was in engineering, both in the Air Force where he worked in communications, and in civilian life where he held various leadership positions in engineering and finance for AT&T, BellSouth and other Bell-Operating Companies. He has been an active resident in the Golden Isles since he and his wife, Iris, moved to Jekyll Island in 2002. Jeff is an officer of the Brunswick Camp of The Gideons International and is on the Board of Morningstar CFS, as well as volunteering at the International Seafarers Center and a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He has been credentialed by the Georgia Department of Corrections and has ministered to men in the tier cells at Ware State Prison. He’s an active member of The Jekyll Island Baptist Chapel.

Kendall Shaw is the Lead Pastor of Gilead Ministry Center; ONE church in two locations (Jesup and Brunswick, GA).  He is married to Mary Caine-Shaw and they have two sons – Joshua and Eric.  Kendall retired from the Unites States Department of Justice after 25 years of service as a Correctional Administrator.  His primary duties were directing Correctional Programs and oversight of Correctional Programs staff.  His collateral assignments included Re-entry Coordinator, Introduction to Supervisor Instructor, Diversity Management Instructor, and Public Information Coordinator.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Glynn County Family Connections, and Children’s Reading Foundation of Georgia.  He is CEO of Empowerment Community Center.  Kendall was instrumental in securing Glynn County as a host location for The Tim Tebow’s Foundation “Night to Shine”, an annual prom type setting for people with special needs.  Kendall and his wife, Mary, operate The Learning Academy, a fully state licensed childcare facility which cares for infants to school age children.  He is a native of Glynn County and a 1978 graduate from Glynn Academy.