Since it is essential that the members of Global Apostolic Network (GAN) be cemented together by a common set of fundamental beliefs, the following doctrinal statement defines the primary biblical and theological parameters of the ministry:
GAN and its affiliate networks position itself in the evangelical theological stream of Protestant Christianity.
GAN adheres to the Apostles’ Creed and to the core doctrines of the Protestant Reformation, namely the ultimate and essential authority of the Scriptures for Christian faith and practice, justification by faith, and the priesthood of all believers.
GAN believes that God is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
GAN believes that Jesus was born of a virgin, that He was physically raised from the dead, and that an individual’s personal relationship to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior determines that individual’s eternal destiny in heaven or hell.
The fulfillment of Jesus’ Great Commission to make disciples of all nations is central to the focus of GAN.