Scott Hodge



Dec 3, 2008

For real.

Here's video #1 we showed this past weekend as we wrapped up our series, "Inked."  It may seem a little strange without the context of my talk around it, but here it is anyway.  I'll show part 2 and a couple of photos tomorrow.

Scott Gets Inked: Part 1 from scotthodge on Vimeo.

9 Responses to “I Got INKED.”

  1. Kevin Davis says:

    I’m getting a new tat next week – love ‘em. Can’t wait to see what you get. That area around the wrist was the most painful spot for me when I got tattooed there. Freaking hurt.

  2. Wow, thats awesome, Ive been thinking about getting inked as well…

  3. Ben says:

    I got inked this summer by my brother-in-law who’s a tattoo artist. I’ve always held a high view of a strong Jesus and went with a basic line drawling of the lion (the lion of Judah) that was on the shield Peter held during the battle scene at the end of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

  4. Paul Stewart says:

    Scott Hodge practices what he preaches

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  6. jennifer says:

    hey scott -
    hanging in cyber space tonight and came across this post. first let me just say welcome to the world of ink – it’s great. i already have my next two planned in my head. i can not wait to see part 2.
    second, i want to say the i absolutely loved your teaching when you came to Flamingo Road Church recently. i really enjoyed hearing your message about how you and your dad grew the church, a chruch that was on the brink of closing and how you were blessed with a new building. what an amazing story of faith, prayer and perseverance.
    when you get a chance i would love for you to go check out and see how we, at FRC are going to change the world in 25 days – now 22 days. this site reminds us how simple random acts of generosity and kindness can change another person life and in turn it changes the giver. in a time where happiness and joy are rare and difficult to come by, this site fills us with stories of joy and happiness.
    can’t wait to see part 2.
    wishing you a very merry christmas,
    may your heart be filled with joy this holiday season.
    all the best

  7. Dude. I cannot wait to see the finished product!

  8. Loran says:

    Very cool.

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