Fort Wayne, Ind., television station, WPTA21, included a feature on Warsaw and Winona Lake, Ind, recently. Winona Lake is home to the headquarters of a number of Charis Fellowship organizations and has been the site of national conferences over the years. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete story or view the broadcast.
History Locked Up
There are few towns as historic as Warsaw, Indiana and fewer still as critical to modern life today. Warsaw sprang up along a stagecoach route. Its future secured when the railroad pushed through. And for those who’d like to know more this town has the perfect spot to learn it.
“This building literally represents the history of Kosciusko County,” says historian Greg Steffe. “It’s hard to go somewhere and catch the ambiance and history that this building has.” …
And historic Winona Lake, once a major stop on the Chautauqua circuit and home of Depression Era preacher Billy Sunday and his immense Tabernacle. The museum is also the site of numerous special exhibits organized by the local historical society.
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