The Christian Network

Organization Description: 

The Christian Network contains some of the greatest sermons given throughout history. From Charles Spurgeon to John Piper or local prominent leaders such as Dr John Bond. Each sermon has been thoughtfully and prayfully chosen to invoke and challenge our audience.

Daily devotions are fed to the site from numerous parties, including Razi Zacharias, Oswald Chambers and Chuck Swindoll. In addition our own theologically trained editorial team write devotions exclusively for TCN. These allow interaction through comments. For worship we have included a round up of some of the most inspiring Christian Music. Contemporary to classical. Whether excerpts of Handels Messiah, Jesus Culture or Leann Rimes singing Amazing Grace arcapella, we have carefully chosen the best of the best. Allowing you to simply listen, watch and enjoy.

14 Mouat St
Fremantle, 6160
Mission Statement: 

The Christian Network (TCN) has been developed with two main goals, one is to make available a sophisticated web based magazine that allows all Christians to access information acceptable to all denominations, with an aim to reinforce the message that we are all a part of the same family regardless of our denomination (Rom. 12:5).

The second goal is to provide international, national but most importantly local content and information. We publish weekly sermons and stories from prominent Western Australian Christian leaders, allowing local Christians to feel a part and a sense of belonging to a larger online community they can connect with.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

The Christian Network embraces the Lausanne Covenant as its Statement of Faith.

The story of Lausanne begins with the evangelist Dr Billy Graham. As he started preaching internationally, he developed a passion to ‚‘unite all evangelicals in the common task of the total evangelization of the world ‚’.

For more information, visit the website for the Congress of World Evanglization here -

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