Is Your Deconstruction Lonely? Join us at The Lasting Supper!

"Lonely" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward
“Lonely” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

I drew this cartoon and make it available to show how lonely we can be, by ourselves or even in a crowd!

Are you lonely as you change your beliefs or feel like you’re losing your faith? Within our outside the church? Consider joining us at The Lasting Supper!

I remember my first Sunday not being a pastor and no longer being in the church. I was elated. I never felt more free. Little did I know I was about to embark on some of the toughest years of my life as I learned how to live a spiritually independent life. That was in 2010. You can read all about it in my latest book.

Probably the toughest aspect was the loneliness I felt.

Then, in 2012, I launched The Lasting Supper. I honestly can say it helps me. I’m not as lonely anymore. The members there are my friends, companions, and fellow travelers.

I warmly invite you to check us out. Give it a shot! There’s a small monthly fee for the maintenance and development of the site, as well as remuneration for the work it takes to facilitate the community. But it’s oh so worth it. Just ask our hundreds of members yourself! We offer a 30-day money back guarantee if you’re disappointed.

The Lasting Supper exists because I care about people who are going through what I went through. I know how important friendship is during this time, as well as mutual understanding, having a safe place to change, and support for our journeys.

To do this, we provide videos, podcasts, hangouts, archives of forum conversations, encouraging weekly letters, a very vibrant Facebook group, and more. You don’t have to hurt so much, and you don’t have to do it alone. Check us out HERE.

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2 Replies to “Is Your Deconstruction Lonely? Join us at The Lasting Supper!”

  1. Alternative title: The General Conference of the UMC is called into session in Portland…

  2. Nature, not Behavior

    Just like a lost person’s good actions cannot change their sin nature, neither can a born-again believer’s sinful actions change their righteous nature. Many Christians have accepted one side of this truth, but not the other… Your nature doesn’t become corrupted every time you sin any more than your nature became righteous every time you did something holy before you were born again.

    Andrew Wommack

    Grace: The Power of the Gospel, 2007, 108-9

    As a person who has suffered spiritual psychosis (sin) this serves as a a hinge-piece or at least an assurance. blessings. beyond this is more.

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