"Protection or Imprisonment?" cartoon by David Hayward

Do You Feel Protected or Imprisoned?

OWN THIS PRINT I am the parent of three adult children. I love them very much. They are an adventurous bunch. They do things like climb mountains, skydive, swim with sharks, and other activities that worry me. I’ve told them, “Why can’t you just get a regular, steady job, marry,…

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"Everything You Fear" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Fear and the Deconstruction of our Beliefs

OWN THIS CARTOON When I was growing up I was fascinated with Noah’s ark. I loved animals. I loved the bible stories. My dad read a lot of books about Noah’s ark and other archeological interests around the Old Testament. I even remember reading “Chariots of the Gods” and watching…

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"Everything You Fear" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Don’t Believe Everything You Fear!

OWN THIS CARTOON!I remember very clearly the night I allowed my theological deconstruction to really take root. I was lying in bed, it was very dark, and I felt a wave of fear crash over me. Here’s what I thought: “If I no longer believe there is a Hell but there…

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"A Light in the Darkness" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Is the light being used against you?

BUY THIS CARTOON A vivid memory arose in my mind while I was drawing this cartoon. In August of 2002 I hired to work for an international ministry. My job was to plant a church there, which I accomplished, and build up its music business, which I also accomplished. In…

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"Invitation to Intimidation" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

telling your story: an invitation to intimidation

Get a delicious print of this cartoon HERE. Someone suggested to me the other day that my spirit animal might be the Honey Badger. That would be a compliment. When are some people going to realize that the harder you try to get me to shut up the louder I’m…

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The Left Behind movie and the selling of fear

Fear sells. When I was a youth the threat of being left behind was fed to me weekly. It was a part of my diet. I lived in fear. As a result, I was coerced into thinking, saying and doing things that provided me with some sort of tenuous guarantee…

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