Apart from the election of a new president, the best thing that happened today was the passing of the structural commission’s proposal. I cannot go into details here, but the group, led by pastor Lasse Bech, have done a tremendous job, and the ideas put forth here have potential for truly changing this church for the better. The need for change has been evident for a while, and the commission has been working a couple of years. These organisational reforms may help us refocus, help us manage according to God’s will, and help us to look ahead, not behind. There was opposition, sure, but the referendum was clear in favour of the proposal, and the document will provide a vital help for the new leadership.