South Central Kentucky Tres Dias

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SCKTD #9 Update

The weekends for SCKTD #9 are fast approaching and EXCITED seems to be the word that keeps coming up. Both the men and women's weekends are going to have a maximum number of candidates. Team members are working diligently to make preparations for the weekend and to prepare themselves to serve and everything and everyone is being bathed in prayer. The enemy is in full attack mode! It's going to be a great weekend.


How can you help? Pray, Pray and then Pray some more. Pray for each candidate and team member to be protected leading up to and during the weekend. Pray for each person's heart to be opened to the things the Holy Spirit is going to pour out on the weekend. Pray for each person to come prepared to give (team members) and receive (everyone.) Pray for team members to come prepared to serve and surrender. Pray for protection on each candidate and team member's family and friends. And Pray, Pray, Pray for so much more!!!!

Men's Serenade

Saturday, April 11th, 5:30pm

2015 Stony Point Road

Franklin, KY

Women make plans to serenade the men on Saturday, April 11 at 5:30 pm. Wear black bottoms, white tops, comfortable shoes and your Tres Dias cross (optional.) Meet at the back dorm of Oasis Christian Center, 2015 Stoney Point Road, Franklin, KY at 5:30pm to practice and eat then head over to the dining hall to bless the men with your angelic voices. Any woman who has been on a Tres Dias or similar weekend is invited. However, please remember it is Tres Dias tradition that spouses of candidates on the weekend not attend serenade.

Women's Serenade,

Saturday, April 18th, 5:30pm

2015 Stony Point Road

Franklin, KY

Men make plans to serenade the women on Saturday, April 18 at 5:30 pm. Wear black bottoms, white tops, comfortable shoes and your Tres Dias cross (optional.) Meet at the back dorm of Oasis Christian Center, 2015 Stoney Point Road, Franklin, KY at 5:30pm to practice and eat then head over to the dining hall to bless the women with your majestic voices. Any man who has been on a Tres Dias or similar weekend is invited. However, please remember it is Tres Dias tradition that spouses of candidates on the weekend not attend serenade.

Palanca for the weekend

*Kitchen palanca* - from ALL team members.

Remember, each team member should plan to bring food for dinner on Thursday night. Cold cuts for sandwiches will be provided. Bring finger foods, sides, salads, or desserts.


Each team member also needs to bring 2 - 2 liters of soda.


*Palanca*

If you are providing palanca for the weekend, please plan on these numbers.


  • Bed Palanca for candidates - 40
  • Rollo Room for candidate tables - 50
  • Rollo Room including all Chas - 80
  • Kitchen table palanca - 120


Ideas for Palanca include bookmarks, scripture cards, candy, jewelry, other fun items. Need ideas? Check out www.powerfulpalanca.com or Pinterest and search for Palanca. If you provide scripture cards for the women's weekend, please hole punch them in the bottom left corner.


General Palanca Letters - One letter that you write to the candidates as a group encouraging them for the weekend. These are the letters that are posted on the walls in the Rollo Room.


Sack Palanca Letters - A letter that you write to all candidates for their sack on Sunday. You can write one letter and copy it 40 times.


*Letters from family and friends for candidates.* If you are sponsoring a candidate, please, please, please make sure you have letters for the candidate from family and friends. Write the candidate's first and last name on the envelope and in an upper corner label who the letter is from - spouse, child, parent, pastor, sibling, friend, etc. Letters can be turned in at the team meeting, at registration on Thursday night (discreetly!!!!! - put them all into a large envelope to hand off) or can be given to Palanca team members anytime during the weekend. They can also be brought to Serenade on Saturday night.


*Prayer!*

Prayer is a form of Palanca. Pray without ceasing during the weekend! The entire weekend needs to be bathed in prayer. This is a fantastic way to serve the weekend if you are unable to physically be present to serve.