Church Spreads It’s Message With Tattoos

In part of a six-week series called "Permanent Ink." Rev. Dan Kellogg says the purpose is to find things in life that should be permanent and other things that should be removed.

On stage with the pastor is a tattoo artist and a member of the congregation, Erica Armendariz,  as she adds another tattoo to her arm.

Some churches considering tattooing a desecration of the body. But Kellogg disagrees with that. "Even though it's a little edgy – and in fact some churches would say it's wrong to get a tattoo – we don't take that position at all," he says. "We actually believe that this represents something that we can apply, something popular in our culture, that we can apply some spiritual truth to."

Kellogg says he's neither encouraging nor discouraging tattoos, but it's a powerful message and a unique way to get it across. He didn't get a tattoo but had the word "FOUND" airbrushed on to his arm – and that's part of his next message.

As part of his message last week, Pastor Kellogg had some people remove their old tattoos – representing things they wanted out of their life.

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