The Triad Church Network exists to help our member churches build lifelong followers of Jesus Christ.
Our vision is to help churches go beyond survival by igniting a movement of revitalization by doing two main things. First, encouraging pastors/ministry leaders to lead from a place of health. Second, equipping churches to re-discover their missional genius by taking the Gospel to broken people locally, regionally, and globally.
Mission: Acknowledging our Lord’s command to make disciples, we value encouraging, empowering, and equipping individuals and/or congregations to work together in advancing the Kingdom of God.
Servanthood: Remembering the example of our Lord Jesus Christ, we value servanthood as the most authentic means of engaging individuals and/or congregations in missions, ministries, and mutual care.
Collaboration: Recognizing Jesus Christ as the head of the body and that congregations are the heart of our existence, we value the independence and voluntary interdependence of each congregation, and we celebrate our unity in our diversity.
Righteousness: Believing that the church is to be salt and light, the Triad Church Network expects member churches to be intentionally mindful of our witness in society. We affirm the Biblical definition of marriage as one man united with one woman (Genesis 2:24-25, Matthew 19:4-6). Therefore, the Association expects its members to uphold these core values while opposing racism, every form of greed and vice, and all forms of sexual immorality. We believe these types of sin hinder the proclamation of the Gospel and defame the name of Jesus Christ our Savior as demonstrated in the following Scripture passages: Matthew 25:41-46; 1Corinthians 6:9-10; Galatians 5:19-21; Ephesians 5:3-6, Colossians 3:5-17; 1 Timothy 1:8-11; and Revelation 22:12-16.
The Triad Church Network was founded as the Pilot Mountain Baptist Association in 1885 by a gathering of churches at Redbank Missionary Baptist Church. Since that time, the association has been a constant source of missional facilitation locally, regionally, and globally.
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