..I have thought of getting a tattoo in the past year or so
Yes, something Christian based.
Yes, there is.xspinningisfun: Interesting! you might want to check out some parlors (with no obligation; tattoo artists generally consider it unprofessional to do a 'hard sell'). Are there any near you, maybe?
Many Christians - many Christian women - are doing it, so you would be a good company, anyway. Blessings.
I'm considering getting a tattoo ... my parents don't like tattoos. I am 20, and currently living and studying away from home, and still every time I see my parents they inspect my ears to check I don't have any more piercings. So, while I could argue that I am an adult, and I can live my own way, not their way, I know it would upset them if I were to get a tattoo.
If they require for me to cover it up, I will.xspinningisfun:
Sounds like you don't mind having it in a placement where you can show it, anyway. (The whole point of a faith based tattoo design, right?) Blessings.
I have to admit that I am a big fan of tattoos. I don't judge people who are heavily covered in tattoos. I believe that our body is a temple that God created and owns. However, our bodies will some day turn to dust. It won't last forever.
The only thing that one should have in mind when getting a tattoo is if it is in any way dishonoring God. That's my personal take on Levitivus 19:28. I know that many will disagree but interpret it as God forbidding us to carve the name of another God onto our skin.
Back to the topic, I have four tattoos. They're not huge of anything, they're actually very girly and two of my tattoos are directly related to my faith. I am proud of those tattoos. They're my favorite. I feel as if I am showing people that I am a proud Christian, serving God my entire life.
I have to admit that I am a big fan of tattoos. ...I have four tattoos. They're not huge of anything, they're actually very girly..
Haha. My mom got one tattoo back in the 90's when tribals were in. She is a practising catholic, but didn't turn to the scripture whether or not it was okay to get a tattoo.