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The Palouse is a fertile belt of land stretching sixty by one hundred twenty miles in the southeast corner of Washington and western Idaho.
It is without question, the highest yielding, non-irrigated farmland in North America, and it happens to be one of the richest soils for collegiate church planting in the nation.
Nestled in a hilly landscape much like J. R. R. Tolkien’s Shire from the The Lord of the Rings, Pullman, Washington, is home to Washington State University (WSU) and Resonate Church (@resonate_church), an early innovator in the broadening collegiate church movement.
The idea of Resonate began as Keith Wieser (@keithwieser) asked the question, “How can our Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) reach this whole campus?”
Keith and his wife Paige met and married through the Baptist collegiate work at Stephen F. Austin Univ...