Life, adventure and faith from southwest Virginia

Month December 2014

Remembering 2014

In Jeff’s traditional “looking back” post, he reflects on what made 2014 unique and surreal. From Montenegro to Pigeon Forge to New Mexico and back, the year was full of travel, tradition, triump and trials.

2014 Roundup: What was your favorite blog entry this year?

Here are 12 entries, one from each month of 2014, from “Notes from the Trail.” Hop on over and vote for the best blog entry of 2014.

Nuff said: #1 Bible translations, Cause of Divorce, Donald Miller spirituality, coffee mugs, trusted professions

As always, “Nuff said” is a collection of links and items of interest from across the net. They are usually random and include a conglomeration of tech, humor, relational, politics, and spiritual/religious. In this entry, you’ll read about the #1 cause of divorce, Bible translations, Donald Miller spirituality, a great coffee mug, and the latest, most trusted professions.

Christmas journey in pictures

Picasa Web Albums – Jeff Noble – Christmas 2014

“Winter Snow” performance

This is the sixth year for our church to host December Nights. During the month of December, we move our morning services to the evenings, rent a vacant church building in downtown Christiansburg, and make much of Jesus. The move allows us to focus on a theme of “Rest. Reflect. Rejoice. Renew.” Adelyn had the opportunity to sing the song “Winter Snow” with the praise band, and this is a clip from it.

An early Christmas

Jeff and family celebrated Christmas early; here’s what a Noble Christmas looks like…

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Merry Christmas from the Nobles 2014

Merry Christmas from the Nobles to you! Catch up with them in their annual Christmas letter.

Health update 2014

My wife has been fighting cancer and auto-immune health related issues for over 20 years. This is the latest in our ongoing medical journey. It’s also your invitation to join us in prayer.

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