It’s understandable that people tend to focus on more populous places, but Wes gives us some encouraging news about church planting in the Northern Great Plains. He’s right. We should pray for them. The Great Plains is an area of the country (stretching south to Texas, to E. Colorado, to W. Illinois) where Reformed Christianity is not well represented. It’s a difficult area in which to plant churches. It’s huge, sparsely populated, and much of the population seems to be leaving. In many parts of the great plains Reformed Christianity is largely unknown.