May. 15, 2018
This week marks a season of new beginnings.
This past Saturday 300 graduates walked across the stage in Lloyd Auditorium to receive their diploma and begin the next phase of their lives. This week there are 300 new FHU graduates across the country who are adjusting to life after college. Some are starting their first job, some are continuing their education in graduate school, and others are still figuring out their next step. Regardless of which path the graduate is on, it will be an unfamiliar and possibly uncomfortable change. Please be praying for these students, that God will direct their path and they will continue to love the Lord and love His church.
The Old Main Administration Building also receives a new beginning this week. After standing for more than 100 years, a $5.5M restoration project is starting this week. FHU is sincerely grateful to the alumni, friends, and members of the Henderson community who gave generously to make this restoration project a reality. The plan is to return the building’s exterior and the interior common areas (lobby, staircase, Old Chapel Hall, etc.) to their original 1908 look, while using modern building materials. Classrooms and offices will be appropriately modernized to accommodate the needs of each space.
It is always a little sad to have all the students leave campus for the summer, but we know in only a few short months, an entire new group of students will arrive on campus to start their new beginning!