6. Humility: Chances are likely that the vast majority of the individuals who attended the seminar are truly considered the strongest and most technically sound lifters at their gyms at home. However, when you stand in the presence of individuals such as Brian Carroll, Jim Wendler and Matt Kroczaleski (as well as receive instruction that illustrates all the areas that you need to improve upon), you can’t help but feel a little diminished and humbled by the experience. This is actually a very good thing. It is extremely difficult to push yourself to achieve more when you are already the biggest fish in a small pond. I have no doubt that the attendees of the seminar will look forward to some significant PRs in the months to come.
This is both the Biblical and historical pattern set forth for us by the first followers of Jesus. They would get together weekly to worship God together, and at times even daily. They would also share community together in each other's homes. Paul and the other Apostle's letters were actually sent to these church communities that gathered in various cities to be read aloud together. Church means getting together with other believers to worship Jesus Christ, and hear the Scriptures together, and encourage one another in the faith.
The Lincoln Builders Bureau was founded in 1932, by General Contractors, Architects and Engineers who wanted a local plan room to house blueprints for sub contractors and suppliers. It became "membership owned". The purpose was to alleviate traffic in their offices. The Lincoln Builders Bureau's first office was in the Chamber of Commerce downtown. In 1968 the Builders Bureau purchased its own office at 507 "J" St., with a total of 192 paying members. November 30, 1990 marked the date for the move from 507 "J" St. to the Lincoln Trade Center, 5910 S. 58th St, Suite C.