In Finland Violence Is A Regular Part of Young Men’s Lives

A recent survey of 2000 young men found that violence and threats were a regular part of their lives. According to respondents, the most common type are unprovoked attacks by unknown assailants.

Finland is a country in Northern Europe with a population of about 5.5 million people. Operation World estimates that about 12% of the country of evangelicals, which is high compared to many countries. Yet, only 8% attend any kind of religious service monthly or more. The country is becoming more and more secular.

There are still many across the country who do not know the Lord. Please pray for the Christians there and for more laborers to go.

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Travis has been a church planter to the United Kingdom since 2002 and also serves as the Europe Field Director for Vision Baptist Missions.

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