April 14, 2020
The walls are up! In eight hours the crew placed the block for all four walls of the Palm Missionary Guesthouse. In the past two weeks the stem wall was filled with around thirty loads of backfill. Plumbers and electricians laid pipes and conduit, and inspections were completed. Then concrete was poured for a handicap ramp, back porch footers and the pad. We praise God for His continued help and protection.
March 27, 2020
The stem wall has been filled with around 30 loads of backfill. Plumbers and electricians have laid pipes and conduit, and inspections have been completed. Today concrete footers are being poured for the back porch and the handicap ramp. We praise God for His continued help and protection.
March 18, 2020
From the digging of the foundation to the stem wall being laid, God has been blessing the progress of the Palm Missionary Guesthouse construction. Watch this recap video to see the work accomplished so far.
March 10, 2020
Work continues on the Palm Missionary Guesthouse as the crew finished pouring concrete for the footers today. Pray for the safety of the workers and for God’s blessing on the construction as the project continues to move forward.
March 3, 2020
The footers for the Palm Missionary Guesthouse have been dug! We are praising the Lord for how He has provided for this project and are excited to see how He continues to help as the guesthouse is built. Thank you to those who have given to make this project possible. We could not do it without you!
September 25, 2019
Following months of preparation and the removal of asbestos-containing exterior shingles, demolition has commenced on venerable old Finney Hall. After over seventy years of service dating back to our founding days in 1947, this former World War II army barracks is being removed to allow for the construction of the Palm Missionary Guesthouse. It was a fascinating time as the work crew, utilizing a large excavator, systematically took down the old building section by section. We look forward to seeing the Palm Missionary Guesthouse take its place serving the needs of missionaries and their families for generations ahead.
May 22, 2019
The Heritage Museum is a replica of what housing was like for the pioneers of FEA Ministries who first moved to Hobe Sound, FL. FEA values its heritage, and the museum, which houses many artifacts from the Frenches and the founding era, has been on the campus for many years. Building site plans for the new Palm Missionary Guesthouse include the area where the museum has been located. Yesterday, the museum was carefully relocated to another part of campus. Watch this video to see the interesting process of moving the museum.