Working hard exists; the Biblebelt in Finland is famous for it. People there also have reverence for God and respect for parents. Those are some fruits of God’s work in various revivals in the coastal region on the Gulf of Bothnia.
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In the Danish marriage form, “husband” and “wife” can be taken out, some bishops think. Instead, “spouse” would be theologically better and more contemporary.
Although the Danish Day of Prayer has been cancelled, people still remember. Bishops met last weekend to discuss a possible revitalisation.
The best Bible is the one we actually open and read. But is that a paper version or a digital Bible? Research shows that reading on paper has a deeper impact, writes the Swedish theologian Joel Halldorf.
Estonia’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (EELK) has decided to stop registering marriages after Estonia approved a law that allows same-sex marriage.
Newly released videos on the Danish Folk Church are causing controversy among some church leaders.
A conviction of Räsänen for insulting homosexuals? It would be devastative for the Church of Finland.
Healthcare professionals are worried about the "inclusiveness" of the Church of Norway. "We watch with concern how the Church of Norway embrace queer gender theories", they write in a statement.
The Synod of the Church of Norway has decided that people who live in a same-sex relationship should also be able to work for the church. Dioceses are no longer able to use cohabitation as a reason for rejecting an application.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland takes action against loneliness. Anyone feeling alone can contact the church easily via chat, phone, e-mail or writing a letter.