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Hi there, theLords. Sometimes one doesn't know quite who to believe; but certainly women freed from human traffickers and who have had their bar codes transformed into pretty, modest tattoos must feel that their lovely new ink symbolizes their freedom and their feminine dignity. It's great when they also find true freedom in Christ, cleansed by His blood. Blessings.
BTW, there was a guy on Youtube that was claming that the guy behind ink180 had used some of his designs and that they weren't his own after all. (Though I guess that if two tattoo artists use the same stencil pattern from a particular resource, it can look pretty similar.) Blessings.
Hi theLords! really good to see you again! So how are you doing these days?
Thanks for the really interesting info. about the ministry (maybe others on the forums would be interested in the ministry, too). Some folk have recently been trying to argue that it's wrong in all circumstances for a woman to get a tattoo (yes, even a faith based one!), but I would have thought that the young women helped by ink180 absolutely rejoice to be tattooed with nice designs of their choice instead of with gang marks or bar codes.
Do keep posting your various thoughts on the forums; haven't seen you around in a while. Blessings.
Hi there! how are you doing? haven't seen you around in a while. There's been some interesting threads that have been active; one on dress codes in church, one on bc; there's not been much on tattoos lately, though. Blessings.