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Family Picnic for the 4th is July 2

Triad Baptist Church's Sports Field will be the site of the 2017 church-wide picnic celebrating Independence Day....

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Triad Baptist gets a special gift from a Scout

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Eagle Scout candidate Bailey Williams' service project is further beautifying the Triad campus....

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Radical Living: Building your money around your faith

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Pastor Rob Decker explains what's behind Triad's "culture of generosity" and giving as an integral part of a daily walk with, and love for, Jesus Christ....

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Changing of the usher guard

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Richard Johnston has ended a nearly 18-year run as head of Triad's usher ministry, and Jim Bumgarner is the new leader....

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The Gospel Immersion: A Night of Worship with the Triad Worship Band

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Contemporary worship leader Braden McKinley and the Triad Worship Band will lead the special night of song and scripture 7 to 8:15 p.m. Saturday, March 11th....

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Radical Living: ‘Take what God has given to you and give it back’

In the final installment of a three-part interview series, Jay Tyner of the Estate Planning Team notes how everyone has a gift God can use. ...

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Let’s Talk: Devotions for Valentine’s Day

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Pastor Rob and other Triad staff members use conversation heart candies to share truths about God's character from their lives....

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With love from above, comes Grace

Randy and Lisa Thompson are still praising God for the unexpected blessing of a baby that continues to touch their lives and many others....

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Radical Living: ‘We can all do something’

In the second installment of a three-part interview series, Jay Tyner of the Estate Planning Team explains how perspective changes everything....

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More pink on the court for cancer support

Church and school came together again at Triad Baptist for a special "Pink Out" night to honor and encourage those touched by cancer. ...

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Radical Living: ‘When I give, I touch other lives’

Watching students shoot basketball at the Triad Baptist campus took Jay Tyner back to his own high school days -- and a fundamental truth at the core of the church's effort to help members grow in all aspects of their faith....

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Connect Groups resume at Triad Baptist

The number of groups and participants continues to grow after the September 2016 revival of small-group ministry....

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Big dream came in little boxes

Through God's power, Addyson Nifong set a family and Kids Street Children's ministry record this year in the Operation Christmas Child shoebox collection....

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Diners, Disappointments, and Divine Joy

Learn about the family diner and faith lesson that helped inspire "Joy Comes in the Morning," the 2016 Christmas musical at Triad Baptist, which opens 7 p.m. nightly Dec. 2-4....

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'Know who holds your hand'

A boundless love that comes from knowing who saved and guides her life has made Dolores Lynch Triad Baptist's 15th Heritage Award winner....

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Ministry relaunch aims to 'love the least of these'

Launched today on Orphan Sunday at Triad Baptist, "Loving the Least of These" aims to further expand the church's efforts to care for abused or neglected children....

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Join us this Sunday, November 6th for World Fest 2016!

Join us this Sunday, November 6th for World Fest 2016. We are pleased to announce that Pastor Brent Snook will be our keynote speaker this year. Pastor Brent Snook has been the senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Glen Este since 1987. After earning a B.A. in Bible and spending two years in seminary, he served as a youth pastor for eight years. In November of 1987,...

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“Gospel Immersion” worship experience is Oct. 22

Contemporary worship leader Braden McKinley and the Triad Worship Band will lead the special night of song and scripture 7 to 8:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22....

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Hello, world, here's hope ... from TBC

The new Triad Baptist Amateur Radio Club becomes the church's 11th official outreach ministry....

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Romanian mission to bring a life full circle

Daniel Winemiller is headed back to the country where he was orphaned -- the fifth missionary commissioned by Triad Baptist as the sending church. ...

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A year of firsts for Triad Baptist Christian Academy

Triad's education ministry enters the 2016-2017 school year with record enrollment, accreditation, a new athletic conference and kindergarten readiness program, its first senior class, and more. ...

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New ministry avenues open for Warden

Women's ministries director Shannon Warden has a new book, website, and ministry....

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Launch Week: Connect Groups begin

Twenty-one small ministry groups are underway in the first Connect Groups session at Triad Baptist....

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Trips brings missions to life for father and son

A summer trip to Honduras provided a life-changing reminder of the power of the gospel and the work that advances it....

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Divine destiny: Larimore's book celebrates unconditional love

Just like the main character in "Caroline's Destiny," her first novel, Susie Larimore has experienced the freedom that comes from showing grace to others....

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Connect Groups: Connecting people who follow Jesus

Pastor Rob Decker says the time is right for the church's latest effort to connect members for discipleship through a home-based, small-group ministry....

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Wheels from above: How Marge got her Mustang

Nearly a year later, Marjorie Morrison is still counting her blessings about what God did after she survived a major car crash. ...

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Transplant anniversary brings faith lessons

Three summers after her son, Lincoln, received a life-changing gift, Melody Dyson reflects on learning to trust God's way amid life's storms. ...

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Constitution update vote coming Aug. 31

The Aug. 31 business meeting will focus on the first changes to the church's Constitution since 2012....

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Survey says: Questionnaires strengthen ministry

A series of surveys conducted from winter to spring is helping further increase the effectiveness of Triad's ministries and communications with members....

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Sudsy Saturday pays off

The Middle School Ministry's summer camp got even more affordable thanks to a fundraising car wash that drew more than 80 customers....

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'God was not surprised'

A father of two shares the faith lessons already learned through his battle with brain cancer....

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Wayne Welch is a man on the move

Just over a month into the job, Triad's facilities director reflects on the position and his team's impact. ...

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Yard sale benefit part of cancer recovery

Donate items and plan to attend June 18 as Triad Baptist holds a yard sale fundraiser and silent auction to benefit a father battling brain cancer....

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When storms come: Keep the faith and keep moving

A college graduation marked the latest miracle step for a young woman whose life is a testament to dynamic faith and a God whose power knows no bounds....

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Blanket project continues focus on outreach

Cancer patients and their families were the latest beneficiaries of monthly projects by The Crossing middle school ministry to put faith in action though service....

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Blessed by Autumn: A ministry in message

A child whose short life brought many to their knees for the first time has inspired a business designed to share her legacy and God's love and joy with others....

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A gift for the giver: Rumburg Practice Field

Triad has named the first developed portion of 92 acres bought in 2014 "Rumburg Practice Field."...

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Women's mentoring ministry open house is April 16

Make plans to attend the informational meeting and learn how you can grow closer to God and build lasting relationships through Triad's Heart to Heart women's mentoring ministry....

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McKinley to join Triad staff in April

Members have overwhelmingly approved the hiring of Braden McKinley as the church's new contemporary worship leader....

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Ready to help 'bring it in?' Workday on new land is March 12

Work on seven different projects is planned March 12 as Triad Baptist members help the church begin development of 92 acres bought in 2014....

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Worship leader candidate: 'God must become greater'

The next big step in Triad's search for a new contemporary worship leader comes March 13 when Braden McKinkley travels across the country to lead the Triad Worship Band in a service and meet members as the recommended candidate....

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Triad Baptist greeter says 'hi' with his hats

Don Nichols has found a unique formula to make church visitors feel welcome: funny hats and a warm greeting....

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Let's talk: Devotions for Valentine's Day

Triad's executive staff uses conversation heart candies to share truths about God's character and the greatest love of all....

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Pink on the court for cancer support

It was more than a game Jan. 29 as the Triad Baptist Christian Academy Titans partnered with two different church ministries in a "Pink Out" fundraiser....

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'Living a holy life versus a happy life'

Rescued from homelessness and a life apart from God, Connie VanHorn is learning the difference between happiness and holiness. ...

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Recharge with Jumpstart 2016 women's conference

Triad's first women's ministry event of the year is Jumpstart 2016. Dr. Shannon Warden leads the Jan. 30 conference from 1 to 3 p.m. offering practical insight on renewing your energy and focus to put Christ first. ...

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Business meeting: New missionaries, year-end 2015 financials

2015 financials and new mission works in West Africa, the Philippines, and Burlington, N.C., are among the items for discussion at the Jan. 27 business meeting....

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'The setting I always wanted to work in'

Tim Shoaf reflects on his retirement Jan. 14 as Triad's Facilities Team director and milestones of his service. ...

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Special giving keys start of land development

Giving to a special end-of-year offering has allowed Triad to begin developing 92 acres it acquired in December 2014....

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Ministry moves bring new opportunities

With Rodney May leaving soon for Alaska to pastor his first church, a new director has assumed leadership of Triad's Life Support Counseling Ministry. ...

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T-shirts are 'helping hands' for orphans

Two Triad youths played a leading role in a fundraiser underway to help orphans in the Dominican Republic attend school....

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Search process ramps up for new Worship Leader

A seven-member search team has begun reviewing resumes and hopes to start interviews next month for Triad's new contemporary service worship leader....

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More than a gift: Angel Tree heals brokenness

Sixty different children will receive gifts from incarcerated or recently released parents this year as the church again participates in Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree ministry....

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Christmas musical showcases Manuel's 'eye for the possible'

Period costumes assembled by Cheryl Manuel are among the stars of "Heirlooms," the 2015 Kernersville Christmas Spectacular presented 7 p.m. nightly Dec. 4-6. ...

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'Bitterness owned me but now I'm free'

With a visit to her husband's former workplace and a few words, Janise Hurley modeled God's forgiveness, and will never be the same....

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Business meeting: New deacon, finances, ministry teams

Deacon candidate Daniel Brown, Triad's 2016 budget, ministry team nominations, and more are on the Nov. 18 business meeting agenda....

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Divine Design: Carden uses digital art for gospel

Six new digital artworks up across Triad's campus are some of the latest examples of how designer Kevin Carden is sharing biblical truths through imagery....

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Giving military heroes a place to call home

The City of Winston-Salem ended veteran homelessness, thanks in part to the Nehemiah's Few ministry of Triad Baptist Church....

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WorldFest missions celebration returns Nov. 11-15

A virtual trip, parade of nations, games, and 'thank you' gifts for missionaries are planned as Rev. Cletis Titus headlines the 2015 WorldFest missions celebration. ...

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Financial Peace University resumes January 10

Dave Ramsey's nine-week course on achieving financial peace returns this winter on January 10, 2016. ...

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Teen organizes flood relief for former hometown

More help is on the way to Columbia thanks to a Radiate high school ministry member and her support from Triad....

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What women need: Wanting what they get from God

Debby Canfield of Life Action Ministries says strong marriages and families are built on magnetic women of God who only want what God desires....

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Look who's coming to lead us!

Meet the 25 members of the Blue Team and speakers coming to Triad Oct. 18-28 to lead the Life Action Revival Summit....

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Search begins for new contemporary worship leader

Sometime later this month Triad will officially begin the process of finding a new worship music leader for its largest service....

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Renewal is focus of Triad's Fall Life Action Summit

For 10 days in October, a visiting 11-member team will lead Triad's ministries as the congregation prayerfully seeks God to change lives and spark revival....

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New hire part of growing food service ministry

Triad's first part-time director of food ministries explains his vision for maximizing use of the church's commercial kitchen....

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Supersized encouragement

A national card campaign gave children at Triad the opportunity to put God's love into action....

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Bags, boards, and family fun

The second cornhole tournament of TBC Men's Fellowship is in the books with a familiar winner....

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More Olympic moments for Randy Rogers

Triad member Randy Rogers was among the athletes of Team USA who competed this summer at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles....

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Kville kids want to "Be Like G"

The influence of Triad's new G-man superhero lives on long after his VBS video debut: encouraging kids through social media to continue putting God's love in action....

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New director further enhances focus on women's ministry

Meet Shannon Warden and learn Lead Pastor Rob Decker's vision for the first women's ministries director in Triad's 32-year history....

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'Mom Time' blessing prompts calls for another

Triad's latest Vacation Bible School addition for moms continues a long legacy of VBS innovation as the church seeks to extend its impact....

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Love in every loaf

Jane Roberts is cooking up caring each week to welcome people to Triad Baptist....

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Triad teen is Kernersville royalty for a day

A member of the Radiate High School ministry had one of the best parade views July 4 as Miss Fourth of July....

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5K completes inaugural Run for God ministry

Thirteen weeks of preparation ended June 20 as the first group of runners completed Triad Baptist's inaugural Run for God 5K....

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G-Force VBS: Enhanced outreach, new ministries

Triad Baptist enters its third decade of Vacation Bible School ministry July 13-17 with action-packed experiences and lessons, a new R&R time for moms, and much more....

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Kindness in a kit

The Doulos Sunday School class found a practical way to help men and women who had been in prison begin to rebuild their lives. ...

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God uses morning run to take teen from darkness to light

A 10-month medical mystery ended suddenly for Bryson Fulp at the end of a country road while training for the Run for God race....

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MYTBC: Member portal use continues to grow

Closing in on five years since its launch, Triad's MYTBC member portal continues to connect members and empower them for service....

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Special Olympian creates new NCAA golf tradition

Randy Rogers hit the first ceremonial drive in Division III men's golf history as a member of Team USA. He competes this summer at the world games in Los Angeles....

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Radiate golf tournament exceeds goal

The Radiate High School ministry had great weather and results in its fundraising golf tournament at Meadowlands Golf Course in Winston-Salem....

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Family Fishing Day: Small fish, big fish, lots of fun

There were plenty of fish tales to go around after Triad resumed its annual Family Fishing Day at a private pond in Kernersville....

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Team Jeremy leads the way in awareness-building walk

Friends of Jeremy Sprinkle and family led all fundraisers in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Out of the Darkness walk at Appalachian State University....

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Old location, new sign

Triad's main sign on South Main Street is getting its first major upgrade in more than 15 years....

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Triad's 2015 Teacher of the Year: 'Every day is different'

Pre-K teacher Veigh Jarvis considers each day an opportunity to prepare her students for success in the classroom, and in life....

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Academy moves toward accreditation visit in 2016

Wonder where Triad Baptist Christian Academy stands as it seeks accreditation from two organizations? Director of Education Donna Mannon gives this update....

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Making Awana Grand Prix tracks at 192 mph

The ninth-annual race March 22 drew a record number of racers and produced the fastest times in the event's history....

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Violinist: Music is a 'vehicle' for praise

Triad's praise team got the benefit of a 35-year musical tradition when John Moodie joined the group in 2014. He plays twice a month in the contemporary worship service....

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Moving for the master: Run for God blends fitness and faith

Get spiritually and physically fit through the new Run for God ministry which begins March 26 and ends June 13 with a 5K community walk/run on Triad's campus....

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Engage: Church's front door becomes connector

In his first full year leading Triad's Engage Sunday School ministry, Tim Wall outlines 2015 priorities and explains the power of the ministry to reach people for Christ and bond them together in service as the church....

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Something good always cooking at Kids Kafe

Serving 160 to 220 meals a day for Triad Baptist Christian Academy and Preschool, Martha Brown and her Kids Kafe are a vital part of the church's educational ministry. ...

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Christian Conversations

Billions of conversation hearts are given each year on Valentine's Day. But you've never seen hearts and stories quite like these from Triad's executive staff....

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End-of-year giving funds improvement projects

The generosity of Triad members is allowing the church to tackle two more items on its to-do list....

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A 'Souper' Sunday for Awana

The Winston-Salem Rescue Mission and Awana clubbers were the big winners as Kids Street Children's Ministry marked Super Bowl XLIX....

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Middle school candidate: Gospel the 'most important thing'

A high school mission trip set Toby Pegram on a course that led to Triad and his new position as the church's middle school pastor....

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Making Christ Known through Media

Meet the team behind KNOWName Media, the church and academy's official media ministry, and learn about its plans for 2014 and beyond....

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Heritage award honoree has an 'in all things' faith

There's a reason the 14th honoree in Triad's heritage award series considers Romans 8:28 one of his favorite Bible verses....

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Coach's 'Dedication Game' becomes faith lesson for millions

Basketball Coach and Triad member Josh Thompson considers the game far more than X's and O's. It's his ministry -- and one being shared by ESPN because of a 50-foot shot....

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Financial Peace University begins Jan. 18

Get money management help and learn practical ways to achieve financial goals in Dave Ramsey's nine-week course....

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Teddys from Triad touch hearts at Hospice

A bearavan from the Harbor of Hope cancer outreach ministry delivered gift bags with teddy bears and other treats to two hospice homes in the Piedmont....

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Meet the Titans: New Boosters, First Sponsor

New scoreboards and an LED scorer's table display are among the first results of the new booster club for Triad Baptist Christian Academy's athletics and fine arts programs....

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Dad's Christmas present for daughter now benefits Kids Street

The fairy tale Ryan Biricocchi gave to his daughter two Christmas Eves ago as a gift is coming to Triad, as more readers discover its Christian truths....

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A circle of prayer: New ministry's impact felt

For more than an hour at Triad every Sunday, some members aren't in the service. They're in another room praying for it, and trusting in the power of prayer to change lives....

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Gifts from the heart change Black Friday to Snack Friday

Employees of Kernersville area retailers again got a blessing in a box on the shopping season's most hectic day, thanks to the Doulos Sunday School class. ...

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Nov. 19 business meeting: Land purchase vote

The largest land purchase in the history of Triad Baptist church is headed to members after Nov. 4 rezoning approval by the Kernersville Board of Aldermen....

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Nov. 19 business meeting: Meet Deacon Candidate Allen Angell

Salem Electric employee and former deacon Allen Angell has been nominated to serve one of two three-year terms coming open on Triad's deacon board. Allen and his wife, Pam, joined Triad in 2007....

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Nov. 19 business meeting: Meet Deacon Candidate Phil West

Microsoft employee and Food and Fellowship Team head Phil West has been nominated to serve the other three-year term coming open on Triad's deacon board. He and his family joined the church in June 2012....

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WorldFest: Celebration of missions is Nov. 5-9

A Parade of Nations opening ceremony, virtual Passport Adventure 'flights' to Africa, Australia and Indonesia, international bazaar, and more are part of Triad's annual celebration of missions. ...

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Land rezoning goes to aldermen

Triad's largest land purchase -- and a new complex of athletic fields -- moved one step closer to reality with the Kernersville Planning Board's recommended approval of the rezoning....

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New Wednesday night format begins

Triad is further increasing the focus on prayer in its Wednesday night service....

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Fruity Fair tribute honors TBC pastor

When it came to his first Dixie Classic Fair entry, Brody Still didn't have far to look for inspiration....

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A Big Reveal for Kids Street

Twenty years after its first children's worship service, Triad Baptist debuted the set that marks the completion of its new Kids Street Worship Center....

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What in the world are we doing? Missions at Triad

Lead Pastor Rob Decker and Dick Lockhart of the Missions Committee explain the church's approach to missions in this Connections Q&A. ...

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Team time on Back to Church Sunday

Triad had some special guests Sept. 21--the junior varsity football team from Reynolds High School, courtesy of QB and member Brett Surmons....

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Rezoning is next step in land purchase

Triad will present its initial plans to build a complex of athletic fields on part of the site as it meets with the Kernersville Planning Board Oct. 13 about rezoning all 92 acres of the land it plans to buy....

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One-sentence wonders and other estate planning tips

Even a few words can make a big difference when it comes to legal documents. Learn more at the estate planning seminar on Nov. 22....

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Upward football and cheerleading resume

Thirteen teams and three cheerleading squads returned to the gridiron Sept. 6 as flag football play continues through Oct. 25 under new program director Archie Collins....

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Driven: New building, faculty mark start of Academy year

Triad Christian Academy students returned to class to find a new 44,000 square foot building, new faculty, new Booster Club, two new events, and more....

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Freemon launches new Fit in Faith outreach

A serious health scare strengthened Amy Freemon's faith and convinced her even more of the importance of healthy nutrition and exercise: the basis for her new ministry blending cardio workouts with devotions, prayer time, and fellowship. ...

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Meet the Missionaries: Ashley Hancock

In the first of a new series on missionaries supported by Triad, Ashley Hancock talks about what it was like to be in Brazil during the World Cup, and more....

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Adventure ride is a family affair

Each July, Steve Kluk puts his carpentry skills to work for Triad. But he's not alone: this project is a family affair....

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A Watery Witness at Kernersville's Fourth

The Doulos Sunday School class hit the streets again to share an unexpected gift with residents enjoying a Kernersville tradition....

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New Worship Center/Gym opens

Triad held its first worship services July 6 in the multipurpose building designed for the church and its Academy and Preschool ministries....

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A Forever Family for George

A little boy has a new home thanks to Will and Erika Gibson's willingness to let God direct their path on an often-winding journey of love....

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A Big Red ministry milestone

Nearing his 20th year of service, the puppet known as "Big Red" remains a Kids Street Church favorite....

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Master of the storm

The Perkins family found a faith lesson in the midst of some of the worst storm damage in Forsyth County....

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Storm batters church

The same thunderstorm left behind several thousands of dollars' worth in damage at Triad....

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Changing of the guard at Upward Soccer

The man who took over Triad's Upward Soccer program recaps 2014, his first season as leader, and eyes 2015 and beyond....

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Engage Sunday School prepares for move

Triad's Sunday School has a new brand and lineup as the church prepares to move into the new Worship Center/Gym sometime in June....

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Triad moves to e-voting for business items

Members cast about 65 percent of their votes online in Triad's first use of e-voting....

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Worship Center/Gym: What to expect

From seating to multimedia and more, Scott Compton highlights what members will see in the new Worship Center/Gym on opening day this summer....

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P&W assistant Compton adds to contemporary service vision

Praise & Worship Team Leader Jared Hoots says the contemporary service continues to grow in part because of the influence of assistant Harper Compton....

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Designer hired for Kids Street Worship Center

Triad has taken the next step in transforming the current sanctuary into the new home of Kids Street Church....

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Change in Middle School Ministry leadership

For the first time since its launch four years ago, Triad's Middle School Ministry will have a new leader as Chad Watson begins preparing for the next phase of his life and service to God....

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Confessions of an overcomer

A lifetime of trying to earn God's acceptance took Dana Beeson to the brink before grace brought her back....

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A new addition to the fleet

Triad has replaced one of its 25-passenger shuttles to continue updating and modernizing its vehicle fleet....

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New track and record turnout

The Awana Grand Prix returned to Triad Baptist Feb. 16 with a new track, a new racing division and the most racers ever....

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Ministry connects hurting to the God who heals

A Triad Baptist ministry is connecting hurting people to the Lord who heals, and offering a listening ear when they need it most....

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Pink on the court for cancer support

The Lady Titans girls basketball team at Triad Baptist Christian Academy has found a new way to support a teammate's mother in her breast cancer fight....

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Another moment, another milestone for Academy

Triad Baptist Christian Academy added a new tradition to the student experience Jan. 31 with its first Winter Court....

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Kids Street Worship Center plans taking shape

Executive and Children's Pastor Tim Gerber explains what's next after the Executive Leadership Team and deacons approved plans for transforming the current sanctuary into the Kids Street Worship Center....

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New service and class times set in preparation for move

Triad has announced the new service and Sunday School class meeting times that will accompany the opening of the new Worship Center/Gym later this Spring....

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Bringing street children home in Mozambique

As God built their family, Daryl and Leah Burnette found their life's calling ministering to street children in Mozambique....

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Teddys from Triad outreach benefits Hospice

The Harbor of Hope cancer outreach ministry at Triad Baptist Church has launched Teddys from Triad--gift bags with teddy bears and other treats--to encourage cancer patients and their caregivers....

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A ministry milestone for Nehemiah's Few

Some 422 volunteers and 2,570 projects later, the Nehemiah's Few ministry of Triad Baptist continues to share the love and light of Christ in Kernersville and beyond....

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Hats of hope for Christmas

Out of work for several months, Carol Purington thought God put it on her heart to make hats for charity to pass the time but now realizes He was giving her a ministry. ...

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Kindness in a box on Black Friday

For the fourth year, the Doulos Sunday School class at Triad Baptist offered hope amid the hype by delivering snacks to the retailers serving customers on Black Friday....

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Gearheart celebrates special Thanksgiving after accident

A close call has further strengthened Amanda Gearheart's faith and makes this Thanksgiving an even more special time of reflection, thankfulness and praises to God....

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Giving thanks for: ''The greatest counselor and healer''

Three years ago, Jeff Huffman prepared for the conversation that would end his marriage. God had other plans....

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New position's effects extend beyond children's ministry

Triad Baptist Church has hired Austin Needham as its first full-time children's ministry assistant in a move expected to also benefit other ministries....

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Don't run from eternity, Vietnam vet Lee says at Triad

More than 50 people at Triad accepted Christ after hearing evangelist Tim Lee describe how a blast that took both his legs in Vietnam brought him back to God and helped him rediscover his life's purpose....

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The 'unsinkable faith' of John Furrow

When two direct hits nearly blew the USS Franklin apart in World War II, John Furrow told God he'd serve Him for the rest of his life if He'd deliver him from the flames....

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Trunk or Treat encore brings smiles

Awana Bible clubbers didn't have far to go to enjoy some fall fun Oct. 27 at Triad Baptist Church. Members and ministries served up candy treats to them during a Trunk or Treat activity in the parking lot outside....

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Not Without You campaign giving on schedule

Members of Triad Baptist Church are on track to give 40 percent of the $2.3 million pledged for the Worship Center/Gym....

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Creation or Evolution? A faith defense from Genesis

Triad Baptist Church's Bible Institute is offering an 18-week course beginning Nov. 9 about what science says about the origin of life....

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Land closing extension approved

Triad members gave the New Building Team the go ahead Oct. 20 to delay the closing on 92 acres of land behind the church until the end of December 2014....

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Parsons celebrates power of Christ in Rescue Mission farewell

Supporters of the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission did more than just raise funds at their annual dinner: they said a public goodbye to Triad member and Executive Director Dan Parsons who retires in January....

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Signing ministry speaks volumes in the silence

Four Triad members hope to grow a ministry begun in 2005 to interpret the church's services for the deaf....

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"The Rising" High School Senior/Young Adult Ministry Begins Sept.17

A new ministry designed to help raise a new generation of high school seniors and college-age adults in Christ launches 7 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Youth Room....

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Upward Flag Football, Cheerleading resume

Upward Flag Football kicked off its 2013 season at Triad Baptist on Sept. 7 with a new playing surface, mascot, K-5 division, and more....

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Talent Project 'in the bag' for Justin Eaton

The annual Talent Project not only allowed kids to serve others but gave the church and community an opportunity to show its support and love for a child with special needs....

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Transformed: Class of 2017 begins high school at Academy

From new bulletin boards and wall decorations to the new burgundy and tan walls in her office and construction equipment chugging away outside, Director of Education Donna Mannon has plenty of reminders that things are changing at Triad Baptist Christian Academy. But the biggest and most anticipated change is the Academy’s move into high school. Come 2017, the ninth...

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Mr. Beach: Longtime counselor knows camp impact firsthand

Scott Williams’s name is not “Mr. Beach” but it might as well be. Come the first week of August, you’ll always find him on South Carolina’s Grand Strand at the Myrtle Beach Christian Retreat and Conference Center. That’s where an average of about 40 fourth- and fifth-graders and Williams and about 15 other counselors experience Christ ...

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