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From the Nations, To the Nations

  • New Frontiers Church 1 Gosling Road Portsmouth, NH, 03801 United States (map)


The picture of heaven given us in Scripture is of a redeemed people from every tribe, language, people-group and nation worshiping God and delighting in Him forever. God has not just planned this for heaven, it also has implications for our churches here today. Jesus taught us to pray for His will to be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Our cities are increasingly filled with people from many different races and nations presenting us with the opportunity to be multi-cultural and multi-racial churches. During this training weekend, we will explore different ways we can reach out to bless these diverse cultures God has placed right on our doorstep


May 4-6, 2018


New Frontiers Church, Portsmouth, NH


Andy Martin has been training people for cross-cultural mission work, particularly among unreached peoples in the Middle East, and in church planting for many years. He is involved in the recruiting and training of people who want to serve God in another nation and also in helping to equip churches to send and support people well. He lives in Birmingham UK with his wife, Heather, and they have five children.

Sam Poe is an elder at New Frontiers Church in Portsmouth, NH that serves as a base for his trans-local and international ministry. Sam and his wife Marlene have helped start churches in the USA and Mexico and worked with Newfrontiers churches in UK, Russia, Ukraine, Zimbabwe, and the Middle East. Sam is best known for developing prophetic ministry and for pioneering a cross-cultural, disciple-making strategy called Share The Story. Sam and Marlene have three grown children.


Registration Cost: $85 per person, includes training sessions plus lunch and dinner on Saturday. Please register by April 20.

Accommodations: If you need overnight accommodation, contact Hampton Inn Portsmouth Central at 603-431-6111 for reservations and reference New Frontiers Church. For your convenience, the conference rate is available Thursday, May 3 through Sunday, May 6. Reservation deadline to receive the conference rate is April 11.


Friday, May 4
7:00 - 9:00pm              Session One 

Saturday, May 5
8:30-9:00am                Worship & Prayer
9:00-10:00am              Session Two
10:00-10:10am            Break
10:10-11:10am            Session Three
11:10-11:20am            Break
11:20-12:30pm            Session Four
12:30-1:15pm              Lunch
1:15-2:2:15pm             Session Five
2:15-2:30pm                Break
2:30-3:30pm                Session Six
3:30-:4:00pm               Break
4:00-5:00pm                Session Seven
5:30pm                        Dinner
7:00-9:00pm                Reports, Prayer, Ministry

Sunday, May 6
9:00-10:30am  Concluding Session (with New Frontiers Church) 


There are two main airports which are convenient for connecting into Portsmouth. 

  • From Boston’s Logan airport (BOS) you may rent a car or take a bus (C&J Trailways) to Portsmouth. The Hampton Inn offers free shuttle service to & from the Portsmouth C&J Trailways terminal. Boston is about a 1 hour drive to Portsmouth, or 90 minutes on the bus. 
  • From Manchester, NH’s Regional airport (MHT) you may rent a car to get to Portsmouth. Manchester is about a 45 minute drive to Portsmouth. Rates are sometimes cheaper to/from Manchester, and it’s a smaller, calmer airport than Boston, so it’s worth checking out.


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