Three Days to a Deeper Walk with Christ
TRES DIAS is an adult weekend concentrated on the person and teachings of Jesus Christ. While TRES DIAS explores the basic Christian beliefs, it is best described as a spiritual encounter with Christ. Many who have attended the weekend have experienced a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Christ as they sense His love in a dynamic way.
The Spanish words “TRES DIAS” mean “three days” beginning on a Thursday evening and ending the following Sunday evening. In that time, you will experience amazing talks designed to strengthen your faith, uplifting worship, fun, fellowship and some wonderful surprises along the way. Just as Christ meets you at your point of need, so TRES DIAS is designed for those who desire to be strengthened in their faith and to be brought closer to Christ in their discipleship.
Other than salvation, I haven’t seen anything change people’s hearts like this weekend. As a Pastor, I have seen…Tres Dias Weekends very positively impact our Church Family. It also gave me a weekend away from my responsibilities and a chance to enjoy encouragement in the Lord.
It was a time of deep refreshing, rest, and healing of my heart. I literally tripped over the exuberant love shown to me and was re-equipped for the work God has called me to.
A profound experience of grace.
To experience Christ in action throughout my Tres Dias weekend, was like standing on the oceans shores and being covered with wave after wave of incredible blessings. It created an impact on the way I view myself, on how I view others and how I receive God’s unconditional love.
Attending the GGCTD weekend was a great experience – marvelous messages, wonderful worship music, and a team of people who cared about me. I was blessed with time away from my busy schedule.
Tres Dias was an amazing experience. It was the picture of Christ love and service for one another. I experienced blessing after blessing until God’s grace overflowed me and now all that is left is Christ light shining.
I became an authentic Christian, not just a performer or surface believer so now I could serve God for His glory, not my benefit.
The experience was enjoyable and uplifting. I met a lot of new brothers in Christ from various denominations. I think everyone left the weekend with a desire and intent to be better servants of Christ in their homes, churches, and wherever they go in their day-to-day activities.