FREEBIE FRIDAY: print of Sophia “trapped”

sophia "trapped" drawing by nakedpastor david hayward

Sophia "trapped" (drawing by nakedpastor)

Today I’m giving away a fine art print of one of my most popular Sophia drawings, “trapped”. This will be one of the first drawings in my book of my Sophia collection… the beginning of her story towards her own independence and freedom. It’s almost ready to be assembled!

If you want to go ahead and buy a print, GO HERE.

All you have to do is:
1. leave a comment on this post. Anything… even just a “hi”.
2. you must sign up for my newsletter

Sorry, but I won’t be responding to comments. Don’t take it personally. I appreciate every one of you. But my comments would mess up the draw.

That’s it. Only one comment per person. It is a draw. So I will end entries at midnight tonight my time (Atlantic Time… an hour east of Eastern Time). No, I don’t live in the ocean. I’m in Eastern Canada, if you’re wondering. I’ll draw the name tomorrow and announce it then.

Good luck! Tell your friends.

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52 Responses

  1. Christina says:

    Perfect example of why I have a problem with many churches. They teach all of this and then try to say that they respect women. :-

  2. Allan says:

    Very thought provoking, thank you David.

  3. Louise Polhill says:

    Thank you for sharing your liberating creative gift with us all.

  4. Marci says:

    This may be my favorite Sophia drawing. Very moving.

  5. Gary says:

    Love this one. Thanks for your Blog David.

  6. Steve Martin says:

    The verse (in the Bible) that we latch onto concerning women is this, “There is neith Greek nor Jew, slave nor free, male or female. We are all one in Christ.”

    Women and men are EXACTLY equal in our congregation.

    Biblicists latch onto those (verses) that surround Sofia.

  7. Hilary Coombes says:

    Hello David…I want it! One of my faves…

  8. Martha says:

    I’ve loved this since the first time I saw it!

  9. I love Sophia! I feel like her story is my story.

  10. RJ van Dam says:

    Tnx for your great artwork! We are a christian finance advice company. I lot of your drawings we using for our twitter! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Keep up the good work! Blessings!

  11. Jana says:

    In this drawing, I really feel it is me drawn and not Sophia…

  12. Great work, as usual.

  13. Ricardo Flores says:

    Why dont you answer!!!? hahaha

    First saw this print on the book from your friend. Great book

  14. Rick Banman says:

    Hi

  15. Irene says:

    Love this one

  16. Amber says:

    Hello, I just want to say love all your art work. The kind of art work I like to see.

  17. Vie says:

    I’m exactly there with you Christina.

    There was a study done on the masculine perception of equality, that if you had a group of 10 people, 5 are men, and 5 are women, the men would feel like the women are in the majority, and for them, a “fair” amount would be 2/3 women in 10 people.

    Just look at congress or the UK parliament.

    So maybe their definition of “respect” is “not abusing them”.

  18. Sophia Grace says:

    Ooh…pick me! Pick me!!!!

  19. Julie Kennedy says:

    I gotta have this. Already have two Sophia pieces and this one would fit right in!

  20. Lynn says:

    Your Sophia drawings are very though provoking and wonderful. Thank you for your presence in cyberspace.
    Lynn

  21. Dick Staub says:

    sobering and an issue we are taking on at our church right now…I’ll use this print to prompt discussion.

  22. kevin says:

    Hi ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. I’m already signed up for your newsletter. :o)

  24. Jenne Ramsey says:

    I spent a few years trapped just as this illustrates by repressive interpretations of the very verses shown….the process of becoming free is long but I am finding hope. Looking forward to your book.

  25. Jo Ann Basel says:

    1 Cor. 11:5 But every woman that prayeth or prophesieth with her head uncovered dishonoureth her head: for that is even all one as if she were shaven.

    6 For if the woman be not covered, let her also be shorn: but if it be a shame for a woman to be shorn or shaven, let her be covered.

    Whose adorning let it not be that outward adorning of plaiting the hair, and of wearing of gold, or of putting on of apparel;

    I peter 3-3 is the one on the wall that stood out to me today and 1 cor. 11:5-6

    I have heard these words taught in several different ways.

    Seeing the many pictures of women in their burkas on the news recently has caused me to wonder:

    Black Burka’s: Did they originate with the Muslim’s or with the Israelites?

    What has history proven? Just wondering.

    How sad that in churches today, men still have women imprisoned, even though the black burka is invisible and cannot be seen with the naked eye, women are nevertheless still imprisoned.

    Swimming up stream is the only way for me, no turning back: )

    So happy their are so many others headed upstream, also: )

    So gratefully that hearts and eyes have been and are being awakened…

    …to the Name, the Nurture and the Nature of Father Gods loving heart for all his Sons and Daughters, which includes all of mankind.

    Thank You Father God…

    Thank you David and one and all for expressing and sharing your hearts so freely.

    Love and Hugs to one and all: GGMHA

  26. Chris McGill says:

    Love your work

  27. Madlen says:

    Would love to have another “Sophia” ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. Thea says:

    Powerful and heartbreaking.

  29. Melinda Zobel says:

    This pretty well sums it up…

  30. Sharon Jahr says:

    Right about where it is ~

  31. Bonnie says:

    You always amaze me!

  32. Cathy says:

    Dear David, you say you don’t live in the sea but your imagination really does seem to swim in some mysterious underwater realm. Just sayin’ ๐Ÿ™‚

  33. Rosanna Armstrong says:

    Exactly.

  34. BETSY says:

    David, Love your stuff! Speaks to me about the church, but also about another organization that I am frequently in disagreement with…………Your drawings empower me—-I think I am already signed up for the newsletter (is that the daily drawing and blog that I get already?)

    Thank you, thank you—Betsy

  35. A Different Michelle says:

    Yes.

    Thank you.

  36. Wren says:

    I love this one. Thanks.

  37. Laurie says:

    Your posts and drawings stir me and make me think about what I really believe. Thanks a ton!

  38. Sara says:

    Forever this…YES.

  39. Chris says:

    Excellent as always! So love your work.

  40. Jenny Howard says:

    I’m already on your mailing list. It’s a bright way to start the day!

  41. yes!!!! I hear you on this one…..anyone got a bolt cutter??

  42. yes. yes and yes. yes!

  43. Lenora Henson says:

    love Sophia

  44. David says:

    Hello, pick me, pick me

  45. B Molyneux (@molono) says:

    Ooooh free.

  46. Chantel says:

    Brought a tear to my eye. It’s how I feel. Thank you!

  47. josh hutto says:

    Love THIS

  48. nan says:

    Sophia’s story is my story.

  49. Charles Graham says:

    I love your art work. It’s very thought provoking.

  50. Renny says:

    this is one of my favourates, David.

  51. nakedpastor says:

    Hi Chantel. You are the winner. I’ll need your mailing address. Email me at haywardart at gmail dot com