The voices from those who have lived a Tres Dias weekend…

Jim Chapman shares his church encouraged him to attend. He attended, unsure of what to expect. The result was a life changing experience.
Meet Sarah Walton who describes her Tres Dias experience as part of her healing journey through grief and loss.
The late Darlene Glover shares about Tres Dias and the strength she drew from this new found community.

Tres Dias Weekend, a poem written by

Darlene Glover

“I first went on my first Tres Dias weekend on Oct 2011. It was cold and chilly. I was scared. And thought I was alone. But it turned out differently. I made some amazing friends and I got closer to God and have drawn closer to Him. He refreshed my soul. I felt His presence with me everyday. I have gone back to serve on team several times and hope to go again. You laugh and cry and having amazing time you’ll never forget. It’s an amazing, spiritual place. God is in control and you feel His presence the whole time your there. DeColores!”

~Debbie Carter

“In my youth, I regularly attended church and witnessed MANY adults returning from Tres Dias. The changes in them were noticeable and indescribable. I thought to myself, ‘I want that!’ I lived my Tres Dias weekend later than I anticipated, but I go there! In February 2017 at Camp Mechuwana I lived a weekend to remember with what are now some of my dearest friends. Living my Tres Dias weekend reconnected me with childhood friends that meant so much. Tres Dias was an awe-inspiring experience. It was like the “jumper cables” to my walk with Christ.”
I leave you with this verse from John 15,
…I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you. 16 You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last—and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you. 17 
This is my command: Love each other.

~EliSa Sousa

Jan Parker shares her Testimony here