Welcome to the new members of the Board of Directors
I have loved my experience in North Texas Tres Dias for the last 15 years. I have served on over 20 weekends, and on the Board as Vice President. I would enjoy serving on the Board again, it is an honor to continue the work the Lord is doing in the ministry. I genuinely enjoy serving in NTTD in whatever way I can.
I went through NTTD #24. Throughout my weekend, as I watched women pouring into others all weekend, I could not wait to be asked to serve on a weekend. My gift is serving, and I love every opportunity the Lord gives me to use my gift of service for His Glory. Tres Dias has been a huge blessing in my life, my marriage, and my walk with the Lord. One of the greatest blessings I have received from being part of this community is the fellowship and the sisterhood I have acquired over the years. One of the joys in serving on the weekends is seeing the transformation of women and men from Thursday night to Sunday night!
It would be an honor to serve on the board and I am truly humbled that my name was even thrown into the hat.
My experience with NTTD has been a blessing. I have received way more than I have put into this ministry. In my opinion, this ministry is a healing ministry. NTTD is an additional tool in the Body of Christ to further continue Jesus’s original teaching when he taught us to pray like this, ” Your Kingdom come, on earth as it is in Heaven”. The gatherings we have participated in have been a reflection of what I expect to be a taste of Heaven.
I have committed a “yes” response because I believe and hope my gifting is what the community would like to have as a resource. Also, I probably would be the youngest board member. That may not mean much to some people but reaching the younger groups are essential to keep this ministry active. The future is constantly on my mind and my direction towards passing on the Legacy of Jesus Christ is my reason for living!
My experience with North Texas Tres Dias is always evolving. Every time I have served, God has used those moments to strengthen the infrastructure in my heart and grow in wisdom. I said “yes” to the nomination because I’d like to serve in a different way and see what God has in store for us as a community.
My Tres Dias experience was life changing. If I had to sum it up in one word, it would be “Redemption”. I found more than salvation. I found God’s grace, mercy & His everlasting love. I found a family.
Seventeen years of my life was dedicated to the U.S. Marines and the word God was just another word in the dictionary. I knew about God, but I didn’t know Him personally or His power. It wasn’t until I experienced my Tres Dias weekend, that His Word became alive and I felt His power, His presence, and His love.
The very first song that was played on my weekend which was “Good, Good Father”, and it brought me to tears. The lyrics of that song hit me like a ton of bricks. I felt convicted, shame, lost, broken, unworthy. But by the time the song ended, I felt freedom, I felt loved; I felt the warmth of God’s love healing and mending all the broken parts inside of me. I felt Redemption!
Growing up, I watched as my parents served the Tres Dias community in countless ways and I always knew that when it was time, I’d be part of it too. My weekend was even more impactful on my life than I ever imagined it would be. I’ve served many weekends since, and I’ve found the same joy in the Tres Dias community that my parents did.
If elected, I am looking forward to extending my support and service to the Tres Dias community through serving as an At-Large Member. Through this community, God has given so much to me and my family. I want nothing more than to give back to Him everything that I can through obedience and service.