Welcome! Lincoln CBMC exists for your benefit.

It is our purpose and intent to help you -- in your role in business and the marketplace -- to be all God designed you to be!

As our name declares we want you connected:

  • Connected in a vital way to Jesus Christ.
  • Connected with other committed Christians in the marketplace 

and

  • Connected to a grand vision for your life and impact in your sphere in the workplace

2019 Lincoln CBMC Golf Classic – Highlights from event and luncheon message from Roy Helu, Jr. (5 minutes)
Over 150 people came to the luncheon and heard former Husker and NFL running back, Roy Helu, Jr. share his personal story of how God impacted his life, sports career and family life.



“Peer Advisory Groups”, part of the CBMC Leadership Institute, are a confidential process of creating a community of like-minded business leaders that seek to operate their businesses in a way that glorifies God. This video depicts some highlights from a typical (but not actual) monthly meeting and individual comments from several members.

To see how you might benefit from a Peer Advisory Group, contact Ed Nix of CBMC Lincoln at 402.730.8797 or Enix@cbmc.com.

Upcoming Events
July 28, 2020
Hilton Garden Inn Lincoln Downtown/Haymarket
801 R Street
68508 Lincoln

 

October 2, 2020
CBMC Lincoln
5625 O Street
68510 Lincoln

 

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5 Keys to patience

By Regi Campbell

I’m a work in progress when it comes to patience. For years, I had almost none. I was in a hurry everywhere. I hated standing in lines and waiting on hold. Impatient with everything and everybody. Slowly but surely, I’m making some progress. Here’s how:

Overcoming a 'wait' problem

By Robert J. Tamasy\

Nearly every week new reports surface about America’s growing weight “epidemic.” They speak about the alarming percentage of men, women and children tipping the obesity scale. It’s a problem, without a doubt. There’s another pressing issue that sounds the same but looks very different: Our collective “wait problem.”