Jim Noble to speak at High Point's Furniture Fellowship Breakfast
March 21, 2013,
HIGH POINT — Jim Noble, who owned the J. Basul Noble restaurant in High Point until 2004, will give the keynote address at the 19th annual Furniture Fellowship Breakfast during the spring High Point Market.
The breakfast will be held at 7 a.m. Saturday, April 20, in the International Home Furnishings Center's 11th floor ballroom.
Noble, an executive chef who says he practices marketplace ministry, owns four restaurants in North Carolina, including The King's Kitchen and The King's Bakery, which donate all profits to help feed the needy in the Charlotte area. In 1998, Noble and his wife, Karen, founded the nonprofit Restoration World Ministries, which through the restaurants feeds 100 people a day and offers Bible discipleship classes.
The Nobles have also started Restoring Place Church, which has the goal to "transform lives and help people get off the streets to live a life of fullness and blessing."
"If every believer is a minister, then every business is a ministry," Noble said.
Gospel singers the Rick Webb Family will perform at the Furniture Fellowship Breakfast in April.
The Rick Webb Family, which is celebrating its 30th year in gospel music ministry, will perform at the breakfast. The group performs in the U.S. and internationally and has been part of the Day of Discovery TV music ministry and International Wesleyan Hour radio ministry for several years.
Admission, which includes breakfast, is $25 per person. A table for 10 costs $250 and a half table for five is $125. Attendees may also be General Breakfast Sponsors by contributing $100, $250, $550 or more. The money will be contributed to The King's Kitchen to feed the poor and also help fund a scholarship at High Point University.