We have churches and church planters in the smallest of farming communities and the largest of cities; in vacation communities, crumbling urban centers, and everywhere in between.
Our network spans some of the most economically booming areas and those struggling to keep their heads above water. The spiritual climate of our network reflects our socio-economic situation: it is wildly varied. Rural and urban areas consistently outpace the general population in resistance to Christianity while our suburban areas are increasingly overexposed to church and underexposed to the Gospel. Simply put, we need all kinds of churches for all kinds of people.
Our network includes the following states: North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri and (Northern) Kentucky.