The first church planted by Triad Baptist wasn’t expecting to own its own building and land this quickly....Keep Reading
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If you’re hoping someone you care about will change, and if you want to be proactive in helping that change happen, you should act the way you want that other person to act. That is, you go first....
Triad Baptist’s first church plant is officially on its own in Winston-Salem’s Washington Park Community ...
Fill a bottle - change a life! TBC ALL ministry is partnering with Salem Pregnancy Center to raise money to help educate and offer practical support to women and men facing an unplanned pregnancy. Grab a baby bottle from the Welcome Center, fill it with change and return it by the end of June....
Imitation is the highest form of flattery. But if there is anything higher than that and more important than flattery itself, I would say it is to move beyond imitation to finding out who you are and the power of being you. ...
We are making a cookbook - Deadline June 15 Mom Connection is putting together a cookbook for our church family called “Triad’s Family Favorites“. We would love for you to be a part of it! The cookbook will not only include recipes, but you will have the option to submit photos and stories to go along with them. We want to connect with our church family, after being apart for so long. We are looking forward to seeing your smiling faces in the photos...We have missed you!...
We live in a digital age that is a playground for Millennials (ages 18 to 29). Most children and teens are more proficient than their parents with computers, tablets, and mobile phones. In a recent Barna study, Millennials certainly stand apart in their unsurpassed digital-savvy. They’re also in a class of their own when it comes to faith experience and practice. The Millennials are using technology in three unique ways to practice their faith....
Disciple Now is a weekend-long event that will challenge and grow your student in their relationship with the Lord. They will hear phenomenal teaching and engage in great worship. Over the weekend they will have chances to meet after the services to discuss with small group leaders what God is teaching them from the lessons. Students will also have an opportunity to spend time together and have a lot of fun. Please pray about signing your student up for one of the best events of the year!...
We often hear about the "Christmas blues," but there is also such a thing called the "post-holiday" blues too. It's caused by transitioning back into our regular, lackluster post-holiday schedules. Life now feels a little more undesirably silent....
The audience of the book of Hebrews were Jewish Christians and they were getting hassled by the Jews in their community because they walked away from the teachings of Judaism, the Law, and the sacrificial system. The Jewish Christians were trusting in Christ alone and saw Him as far superior to anyone or anything else. They believed Jesus Christ was all they needed to trust and depend on....
It’s difficult for many of us to understand how much God loves us or accepts us as we are. Scripturally, we are told that God loves us. He loves everybody, doesn’t He? But how much does He love us on a personal level? Does He accept us… warts and all? That’s a much different thought to ponder....
One man has said, “Love is spelled W-O-R-K.” In theory, we would like for love to be enough; but in reality, a successful, happy marriage requires more than love, it requires work. My marriage is a work in progress. Most marriages that are successful, enduring, and joyful have the same thing in common...
Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Time! Start gathering gifts to fill your shoebox and make a child smile this Christmas! Brochures, labels, and even shoeboxes (assembly required) are available at several green Christmas tree shelves placed throughout the facility. NOTE: If you are not able to prepare a box, you are welcome to bring in needed supplies that our children can prepare over the next few weeks. There are several large collection boxes placed around the facility to receive donated items. (A list of needed items is attached to each box.)...
In an effort to be cautious, Triad Baptist Church has made the decision to adhere to the recommendations from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) in regard to the recent Coronavirus outbreak. Our Team is committed to prepare, monitor, and respond appropriately to help in the prevention of the virus in our community....
A Triad Baptist mom finds a stay-at-home way to serve others and teach her daughter what it means to share Jesus Christ’s love with others in trying times....Keep Reading
Triad Baptist Church is helping Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina fill plates and soothe spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic....Keep Reading
The global pandemic reveals an opportunity to better serve and care for Triad Baptist Church’s older adults....Keep Reading
Daryl and Leah Burnette know that God has bigger plans for their ministry in northern Mozambique, and Triad Baptist is stepping up to help....Keep Reading
In a Connections interview, Jason and Julie Johnson reflect on 25 years of service to Triad Baptist and leaving to help found its new City Park Church plant in Winston-Salem....Keep Reading
For Lisa Crews, life with MS has brought to life the truth of Jeremiah 29:11: No matter what life brings, with God, there’s always hope....Keep Reading
The 13th Awana Grand Prix at Triad Baptist Church helped make a Winston-Salem woman’s home more livable through its first Outreach Ministry Race, and more....Keep Reading
A coastal community swamped by Hurricane Florence – and others closer to home – are glad Triad Baptist members reached out to share God’s love. ...Keep Reading
A new steering team led by deacon Jason Johnson will begin work in early 2019 to help Triad launch its first church outside of Kernersville. ...Keep Reading
Hunting stories, good food, expert tips, and a hunting story with an eternal twist were shared Sept. 29 in the first Sportsmen’s Day at Triad Baptist....Keep Reading
Triad Baptist Church plans to bring a candidate up for a vote in September to become its new church plant pastor....Keep Reading
Thanks to Triad youth, some inner-city kids have a new toy to bring smiles and move muscles this summer....Keep Reading
Triad Baptist plans to hire a Church Plant Pastor to lead efforts to open its first new church somewhere in the Piedmont in 2019....Keep Reading
Scores of open hearts and wallets later, a Winston-Salem woman again has a dry home for the holidays and reminder that, in Christ, all are one....Keep Reading
Abby Hurst has designed a new T-shirt to help support ministries helping orphans, sex-trade victims, and others after a historic Triad Baptist mission trip in June....Keep Reading
Jason Shuler, who joined Triad Baptist with his wife, Desiree, and family in March, is the church's new part-time recreation director....Keep Reading
Meet the couple behind the first "Fix Your Eyes" 5K community walk/run Sept. 9 to benefit a ministry that supports foster and adoptive parents as well as those involved in orphan care....Keep Reading
Miriam Stanley’s neighborhood pocket library continues a family tradition....Keep Reading
Church and school came together again at Triad Baptist for a special "Pink Out" night to honor and encourage those touched by cancer. ...Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
Work on seven different projects is planned March 12 as Triad Baptist members help the church begin development of 92 acres bought in 2014....Keep Reading
Don Nichols has found a unique formula to make church visitors feel welcome: funny hats and a warm greeting....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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. ...Keep Reading
Two Triad youths played a leading role in a fundraiser underway to help orphans in the Dominican Republic attend school....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
The City of Winston-Salem ended veteran homelessness, thanks in part to the Nehemiah's Few ministry of Triad Baptist Church....Keep Reading
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. ...Keep Reading
More help is on the way to Columbia thanks to a Radiate high school ministry member and her support from Triad....Keep Reading
A national card campaign gave children at Triad the opportunity to put God's love into action....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
Triad's latest Vacation Bible School addition for moms continues a long legacy of VBS innovation as the church seeks to extend its impact....Keep Reading
Jane Roberts is cooking up caring each week to welcome people to Triad Baptist....Keep Reading
A member of the Radiate High School ministry had one of the best parade views July 4 as Miss Fourth of July....Keep Reading
Thirteen weeks of preparation ended June 20 as the first group of runners completed Triad Baptist's inaugural Run for God 5K....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
The Doulos Sunday School class found a practical way to help men and women who had been in prison begin to rebuild their lives. ...Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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. ...Keep Reading
Lead Pastor Rob Decker and Dick Lockhart of the Missions Committee explain the church's approach to missions in this Connections Q&A. ...Keep Reading
The Doulos Sunday School class hit the streets again to share an unexpected gift with residents enjoying a Kernersville tradition....Keep Reading