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January 29, 2016 @ 6:30 am - 8:00 am
The Bergen County Chapter of the New Canaan Society (NCS) will meet on Friday, January 29, 2016. Dave Lyman will lead our Energy Group discusions. Please join us at the Brick House restaurant in Wyckoff (179 Godwin Ave, directions link below) at 6:30 AM for a continental breakfast. We’ll have you on your way by approximately 8 a.m.
Dave will talk to us for about 20 minutes, followed by 30-40 minutes of discussion in energy groups. There are always open tables for new guys and this is a great way to forge a deeper connection with other guys who face the same struggles we all do.
Dave Lyman is a lay pastor and preacher, as well as an engineer and business owner by trade. Dave grew up in North Jersey and holds bachelor’s degrees in Letters and Engineering from Calvin College, and in Mechanical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology. He owns two engineering and sales companies: TurnKey Solutions, Inc. which designs and builds wastewater treatment systems for industry; and Ozone Systems, Inc. which uses ozone technology to help food processing companies control bacteria and odor.
Seven years ago, Dave sensed a call from God to study and be examined to become a lay preacher. His messages combine historical and cultural details that deepen understanding and appreciation for the Bible. Approximately two years ago, he was ordained as the part-time Associate Preaching Pastor at Covenant Christian Reformed Church in North Haledon. He preaches regularly at many local churches and has been a speaker for NCS Bergen County, Legacy Minded Men, The Man Conference and various church groups.
Dave also has a heart for mentoring men, and has been involved in various men’s ministries for over 35 years. He helps lead a weekly men’s Bible study in Midland Park and co-leads the NCS Bergen County Energy Groups. You will regularly find him hanging out in the “NCS Bergen Bar” after our meetings to talk to guys and pray with them.
Dave’s website has been viewed by over 60,000 people from over 125 countries around the world. It is having a far reaching impact – even in hard to reach Muslim and communist countries.
Dave and his wife Karen live in Midland Park. They have two daughters, two son-in-laws, a granddaughter and grandson.