The purpose of Triangle Bible Church is to fulfill the mandate of a local church as Biblically described in this present dispensation of Grace. That is, Triangle Bible Church is a local assembly of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ with the purpose of functioning as "the pillar and ground of the truth" (I Tim. 3:15). Our purpose is that expressed by the apostle Paul in Ephesians 4:7-16, which states in part, "For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ." By these doctrinal objectives, it is the designed purpose of this church to ultimately produce "godly edifying" by means of teaching sound Bible doctrine.
. The objective thrust of Triangle Bible Church is to make sound Bible doctrine available to believers in the Lord Jesus Christ "Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ:" (Eph.4:13).
The execution of the purpose and objective of this church is through the communication of the word of God in face to face assembly as the primary means, and other forms of communication technology as a secondary means. Triangle Bible Church is a grace-based ministry and is independent of, and associated with no denominational organization.
The distinctive feature of Triangle Bible Church is in the fact that it maintains the strong conviction that the teaching of sound Bible doctrine, as opposed to gimmicks and activity programs, produces "godly edifying." The local church is not a social club or a civic organization. In essence it is a classroom for the communication and learning of sound Bible doctrine in accordance with God's desire and design for the edification of the souls of His saints. The method of teaching at Triangle Bible Church emphasizes the sense and sequence of Biblical Theology, teaching sound doctrine in the categorical order in which God, Himself places it in His word. Our teaching also recognizes God's word 'rightly divided' (II Tim. 2:15) into God's program with Israel, and His program with the Church, the body of Christ in this present dispensation of grace which was revealed to and through the apostle Paul.
This dispensation of grace was a "mystery" God kept hid in Himself until He raised up Paul as a brand new apostle in Acts chapter nine. While recognizing the Hebrew and Greek languages in which the Bible was originally written as a valuable study and teaching tool, we further recognize that the preserved inerrant word of God has always existed, still exists, and is identified today as the received text of the historic protestant reformation process. The translation of the received text into the English language has produced the inerrant, infallible word of God in English, commonly known as the King James Version.