• A Live Life-Changing Workshop

    Raising Kids To Do Hard Things

    Raising Kids to Do Hard Things is a “wisdom-workshop” for parents and grandparents of children of all ages. It “connects the dots” between the various aspects of our lives so that those who attend it can receive insights into what really works, what doesn’t work, what really doesn’t even matter, and why.

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“But the noble man makes noble plans, and by noble deeds he stands.” Is. 32:8 (NIV)
Noble Institute exists to help everyone learn how to participate more fully in the goodness and wisdom of God. What would it be like to walk in the ancient paths of wisdom where the good way is? If you are looking for a simpler, quieter, better way of life in the modern world, pull up a rocking chair on my front porch, and let’s talk.

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Workshop Spotlight:
Raising Kids to Do Hard Things

Raising Kids to Do Hard Things is our primary “wisdom workshop” for 2014. It offers far more than just information about parenting. This workshop is about understanding God’s good and wise purpose for entrusting children to imperfect parents and grandparents like ourselves. It helps every household strengthen their family as a team by making home the quiet and productive launching pad of life for a new generation.

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Raising Kids to Do Hard Things At Lodgepole Community Center, Lodgepole NE 69149

IF GOD IS GOOD AND WISE, OBEDIENCE IS ITS OWN REWARD.

Our Mission
Families

Families

Noble Institute offers weekend “wisdom workshops” across the United States to instruct, inspire and motivate families to live and serve together as an effective team that allows every member to succeed in life.

Students

Students

Noble Institute is developing additional online training courses for our workshop alumni on practical topics like time management, home schooling, home & family business, guest room hospitality and civic leadership and much more.

Business

Business

Noble Institute addresses the issues facing the modern world through the lens of applied theology, making use of metaphors and analogies to teach wisdom and set the stage for insights to emerge.