"Mark Driscoll: He is Risen!" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Mark Driscoll: he is risen indeed!

Mark Driscoll not only launched his new website and thereby his new ministry. He was also slated to speak at the annual Hillsong Conference. The senior pastor of Hillsong, Brian Huston, says, ‚ÄĚRather than having Mark preach or teach, I am excited about interviewing Mark and his wife, Grace from…

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"Eat, Pray, Love" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

My cartoon version of “Eat, Pray, Love”.

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"Do Anything" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Why doesn’t Jesus ever do anything for me?

It’s Good Friday. I believe the cross is a powerful symbol of our solidarity in suffering, our partnership in justice and equality for all, and the unity of all people. I also believe it is a powerful symbol of the intention of the powers and authorities to destroy the quality…

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"My Story Your Story" (cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward)

Unbelievable: the Christ is you and you are the Christ!

My cartoon yesterday, The Shocking Meaning of Easter, created disturbance in the theological atmosphere. It is because we choose to see with our eyes rather than our wisdom. We see separation where there is a deep and undivided unity. Lies are more convincing to a divided mind than truth. The…

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eat pray love cartoon by nakedpastor david hayward

Jesus ate, prayed and loved

Eat. Pray. Love. I love the Jesus story. It’s sown into the DNA of my life, my philosophy and theology, and my spirituality. I understand the story as a powerful metaphor for… the tenuous fellowship but fundamental unity, the blood, sweat and tears struggle, and the mysterious inexplicable suffering of…

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so Jesus and the Easter Bunny walk into a bar

I appreciate Derrida’s notion about a gift. He says it’s one thing to give a gift expecting something in return. That’s the lowest form of gift. A better form of a gift is when you give a gift expecting nothing in return. An even better form of a gift is…

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