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After serving in Youth With A Mission (YWAM), Pastor Greg and Suzanne Winslow served faithfully in Mexico for over 27 years as church planters, senior pastors, and intra-church city and state wide organizers.


The Lord began to deal with them concerning the great need the United States has for a move of the Spirit and moved their family back to New England in 2016.  Motivated by prayer walking, the Lord led them to aquire the SNHU arena in Manchester, NH.  On October 28, 2018 some 2700 people from all over New England, and an additional 2000 online, joined together to repent, pray and stand the gap for the opioid crisis and many ails in society.  The results were dramatic spiritual push back in the Manchester region.


Ministries include the "If My People" New England wide prayer gatherings, Missions and Evangelism training and outreach.


The specific purpose for which the corporation is initially organized is to conduct the work of prayer, evangelism and discipleship, create departments necessary to support missionary activities and to license, ordain and oversee ministers of the gospel to also engage in activities which are necessary, suitable or convenient for the accomplishment of that purpose, or which are incidental thereto or connected therewith which are consistent with Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. This corporation is organized and operated exclusively for religious purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3), Internal Revenue Code.

"If My People...New England" prayer events are a chance for the body of Christ in this region to come together in worship, prayer and intercession. We are calling on all believers to gather in this place and pray to break strongholds that have been over this land for far too long. We are planning 10 regional events in NH and are asking you to join us!


We are also seeking to activate believers to get involved with ministries that are fighting the opioid crisis, sex-trafficking, and homelessness while helping at-risk youth and children in need.

Awareness of this crisis isn't enough. We must combine prayer with involvement!

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