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United Tres Dias

How was United Tres Dias (UTD) established?

In 2000, the “Thanksgiving Korean Church” in Southern California invited the Chinese “First Evangelical Church of San Gabriel Valley” and “Chinese United Christian Church” to participate in Tres Dias weekends. In recent years, many Chinese Christians who have participated the retreats received a spiritual renewal. In 2002, Pastor Fredrick Chen, the senior pastor of the Chinese United Christian Church, was invited to participate in the 26th Thanksgiving TD. He was moved by the Holy Spirit and decided to host the Chinese Tres Dias retreats. Under the extraordinary grace of God, the first Chinese TD weekend was held on April 25, 2004, named as United Tres Dias (UTD), and the Chinese name was set as – United TD Retreat. The churches that have participated so far include China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, North, Central and South America, Europe, West Africa, Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, South Korea, and other countries. In the spirit of serving all Chinese churches, there are more than 2,500 brothers and sisters had attended this retreat.

How was United Tres Dias (UTD) established?

In 2000, the “Thanksgiving Korean Church” in Southern California invited the Chinese “First Evangelical Church of San Gabriel Valley” and “Chinese United Christian Church” to participate in Tres Dias weekends. In recent years, many Chinese Christians who have participated the retreats received a spiritual renewal. In 2002, Pastor Fredrick Chen, the senior pastor of the Chinese United Christian Church, was invited to participate in the 26th Thanksgiving TD. He was moved by the Holy Spirit and decided to host the Chinese Tres Dias retreats. Under the extraordinary grace of God, the first Chinese TD weekend was held on April 25, 2004, named as United Tres Dias (UTD), and the Chinese name was set as – United TD Retreat. The churches that have participated so far include China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, North, Central and South America, Europe, West Africa, Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, South Korea, and other countries. In the spirit of serving all Chinese churches, there are more than 2,500 brothers and sisters had attended this retreat.

About
United Tres Dias

It means “Three Days” in Spanish.
The retreat is a three-day retreat.

TRES DIAS STATEMENT OF BELIEF

1. We believe and profess our faith in one Triune God – The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit (Matt. 28:19).

2. We believe and profess that Jesus Christ is the only Savior and is God in the flesh (John 1:1, 1:14, 3:36, 14: & Heb. 2:17).

3. We believe and profess that The Holy Spirit is God and is The Lord and Giver of life, who continues to work in believers today to sanctify, edify and empower the whole Christian church on earth – – – for His purpose (Job 33:4, Acts 1:8, John 14:26 & Rom. 8:11).

4. We believe and profess that the Holy Scriptures are the inspired and completely true Word of God (II Tim. 3:16-17).

5. We believe and profess that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God; that forgiveness of sins is received through confession and repentance – – and that our sins are washed away through the blood of Jesus Christ (Acts 2:38, I John 1:9 & Rom. 3:23).

6. We believe and profess that salvation is a gift of God’s grace received through personal faith in Jesus Christ (Eph. 2:8).

7. We believe and profess that the Body of Christ is to make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of The Son of God (Eph. 4:3, 13).

8. We believe and profess that God’s unconditional love, as made manifest to us through Jesus Christ, is the primary witness by which people are renewed, edified and changed (I Cor. 13:8).

9. We believe and profess that God has called us to live holy lives that will bring glory to His name (Col. 3:1-25).

Note: For purposes of standards and principles, Tres Dias ascribes to those stated in the “Authorized King James Version” of the Bible of 1611 (KJV).

Originated in 1939, the retreat was organized by two Spanish Catholic bishops. At the beginning of the Second World War, hearts ravaged by war, indifference to each other, and lack of love; these two bishops gathered some people and began to share the love of Christ, so that hearts could be renewed and committed again to Jesus Christ.

In 1950, a group of Spanish Air Forces came to the United States for training, and brought the Tres Dias program to Texas, United States. In 1985, Tres Dias was held in Germany and South Korea. In 1986, it spread to the Korean Church in North America. There are currently more than 100 in the United States and around the world.
The group of Tres Dias.

This is a very special retreat, different from ordinary retreats. The whole program will last for just over 72 hours. The camp is located in a Christian camp with beautiful scenery and a quiet environment. The three-day event was full of God’s presence and surprises, rich experiences you’ve never had before.

The program includes full of anointed worship and praise, touching life testimony, exciting and interesting group activities, delicious and exquisite meals…, which will make you unforgettable for a lifetime, and experience the abundant grace of God, which will make your life no longer the same.

Pastors, ministers, brothers and sisters in the church, family members, relatives and friends are all people who can be invited. This retreat is especially for brothers and sisters who have already believed in the Lord and are willing to pursue growth. Anyone who desires to know Jesus, or to renew their love for Him.
When they experience God in the retreat, they are willing to dedication to the Lord will make a difference!

In January 2021, UTD was established as a non-profit organization (501(c)(3)). Since then, UTD has become an organization for laypersons, responsible for organizing annual retreats both domestically and internationally. The main target participants are pastors, lay leaders, coworkers, and brothers and sisters in Christ from Chinese churches worldwide.

About
United Tres Dias

It means “Three Days” in Spanish.
The retreat is a three-day retreat.

TRES DIAS STATEMENT OF BELIEF

1. We believe and profess our faith in one Triune God – The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit (Matt. 28:19).

2. We believe and profess that Jesus Christ is the only Savior and is God in the flesh (John 1:1, 1:14, 3:36, 14: & Heb. 2:17).

3. We believe and profess that The Holy Spirit is God and is The Lord and Giver of life, who continues to work in believers today to sanctify, edify and empower the whole Christian church on earth – – – for His purpose (Job 33:4, Acts 1:8, John 14:26 & Rom. 8:11).

4. We believe and profess that the Holy Scriptures are the inspired and completely true Word of God (II Tim. 3:16-17).

5. We believe and profess that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God; that forgiveness of sins is received through confession and repentance – – and that our sins are washed away through the blood of Jesus Christ (Acts 2:38, I John 1:9 & Rom. 3:23).

6. We believe and profess that salvation is a gift of God’s grace received through personal faith in Jesus Christ (Eph. 2:8).

7. We believe and profess that the Body of Christ is to make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of The Son of God (Eph. 4:3, 13).

8. We believe and profess that God’s unconditional love, as made manifest to us through Jesus Christ, is the primary witness by which people are renewed, edified and changed (I Cor. 13:8).

9. We believe and profess that God has called us to live holy lives that will bring glory to His name (Col. 3:1-25).

Note: For purposes of standards and principles, Tres Dias ascribes to those stated in the “Authorized King James Version” of the Bible of 1611 (KJV).

Originated in 1939, the retreat was organized by two Spanish Catholic bishops. At the beginning of the Second World War, hearts ravaged by war, indifference to each other, and lack of love; these two bishops gathered some people and began to share the love of Christ, so that hearts could be renewed and committed again to Jesus Christ.

In 1950, a group of Spanish Air Forces came to the United States for training, and brought the Tres Dias program to Texas, United States. In 1985, Tres Dias was held in Germany and South Korea. In 1986, it spread to the Korean Church in North America. There are currently more than 100 in the United States and around the world.
The group of Tres Dias.

This is a very special retreat, different from ordinary retreats. The whole program will last for just over 72 hours. The camp is located in a Christian camp with beautiful scenery and a quiet environment. The three-day event was full of God’s presence and surprises, rich experiences you’ve never had before.

The program includes full of anointed worship and praise, touching life testimony, exciting and interesting group activities, delicious and exquisite meals…, which will make you unforgettable for a lifetime, and experience the abundant grace of God, which will make your life no longer the same.

Pastors, ministers, brothers and sisters in the church, family members, relatives and friends are all people who can be invited. This retreat is especially for brothers and sisters who have already believed in the Lord and are willing to pursue growth. Anyone who desires to know Jesus, or to renew their love for Him.
When they experience God in the retreat, they are willing to dedication to the Lord will make a difference!

In January 2021, UTD was established as a non-profit organization (501(c)(3)). Since then, UTD has become an organization for laypersons, responsible for organizing annual retreats both domestically and internationally. The main target participants are pastors, lay leaders, coworkers, and brothers and sisters in Christ from Chinese churches worldwide.
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