Dear brothers and sisters,I think it only fair to re-introduce myself, since I have been gone such a long time. I have seen so many new names and so many new ideas and a new vitality that is pumping like the underground springs where we get that luverly fresh water.For those who might remember me. I live in South Africa near Cape Point and am involved in a very casual ministry which I get down and boogie to on my six string steel jumbo ephiphone, every Friday night at the local farm resturant called 'the Gift', in a place called Kommetjie.I have been studying apologetics, philosophy and any number of things, as well as working really hard to complete a book that is currently moved past the half way mark. My greatest passion by far is writing songs and recording them. I am just waiting to go in for my sixth recording and am looking forward to it with great excitement. So in short it is really good to be back, I really feel like I have stretched my mind and it seems so has everyone else, I wonder if this is some fulfilment of prophecy about knowledge increasing. Well I hope I won't need to many head pops Tozer style, but it is really great to be back. I brought a sister with me who goes by the name mamaluk. So treat her nice, ay. In Christ,Aeryck
_________________Eric John Sawyer
Welcome back, Aeryk!
I have been studying apologetics, philosophy and any number of things, as well as working really hard to complete a book that is currently moved past the half way mark.
Great to have you back brother and I am looking to your further participation and inclusions into the discussion forums. Seems like you are thirsting to share and discuss and learn. This is a great place to spend time prayerfully over issues that we all think about as Christians. Glad to have you here.
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
Thanks Diane and Greg,It is great to be back. I look forward to the changes and exchanges, and hopefully some suprise videos and audios to blow my top off.Praise God.
aeryck,lumela ka khotso, entate ua ka!!BubbaguyPS. ke tseba Sesotho. (from US Peace Corps service, Lesotho, 1981-1984.)
aeryck,I found your 're'-introduction very interesting, and am very glad to see you back here.... You have been missed. Please say how your book is faring?