"Embrace Your Roots" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

The Importance of Embracing Your Roots

GET A PRINT OF THIS CARTOON I talk about The Lasting Supper a lot because I think it is one of the best, if not THE best, online resource and community for people who are deconstructing their beliefs. Why do I say that? I’m not saying it out of pride…

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"Find Lose" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Finding Yourself but Losing Your Friends

I was fortunate to find churches in which I felt I had room to change and grow. However, inevitably, I discovered that I would change and grow beyond the box of their comfort zone. When you change, so do your relationships. You may lose friends. You may even lose family.…

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"These Believers are Crazy!" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Embracing Your Believing Past

I give weekly messages to my amazing online community, The Lasting Supper. What an incredible collection of people. Why not join us HERE. One of the messages I gave them was about accepting, embracing, and integrating our former selves. I’m going to share it with you here: I do not…

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"Church Holding You Back?" cartoon by David Hayward

Is Your Church Holding You Back?

[OWN THIS PRINT] My experience with the church is that I stayed until I believed it was impossible for me to grow in that context anymore. It happened many times. This is also true of the last church. I left because I felt like I no longer fit inside the…

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"Passing through Neutral" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

The Frustrating Stage of Neutral

OWN THIS CARTOON I was talking with one of my coaching clients the other day and used this analogy. So I decided to make a cartoon out of it in order to encourage you too. [TALK WITH ME] CAN I HELP YOU? CLICK HERE!

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"The River of Life" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

The Three Ways to Grow Down the River of Life

There are many ways to grow. Here are three! You can gently float down the stream of life. Or you can paddle. Or you can motor. I’ve done all three. Floating is good for just gently letting life take you where it leads. No effort. No real work. Just living…

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