Zombies, Vampires, Tattoos & Piercings


Why Are Zombies, Vampires, Tattoos & Piercings so Wildly Popular?

Do you ever wonder why Hollywood produces so many zombie and vampire movies – or why more people are getting tattoos and piercings?

Well, even if you don’t understand why some people are drawn to these things, it’s actually a goldmine of evangelistic opportunity!

God is bringing a new movement to an entire people group that we might not understand right now.

Today, there are more than a billion people who have tattoos and piercings – and the number of zombie and vampire shows is on the rise.  When we use biblical interpretation skills (like we do for dreams), people can encounter God’s love by hearing what their tattoos and piercings mean, on a supernatural level, revealing their identity and destiny.

In this week’s Spirit Connection podcast episode, I share insight from thousands of outreach encounters with the tattooed and pierced.  I’ve found that most people are open to hearing from God …  when we can communicate in a way they can understand.

In this episode, you’ll hear answers to these frequent questions:

  • What can I do about recurring zombie dreams?
  • What does it mean if someone has an obsession with werewolves?
  • Can you get addicted to getting tattoos?
  • Does anyone in the bible have a tattoo?
  • Do Harry Potter books glorify witchcraft?
  • Why do people get piercings in certain places on their body?
  • What is the difference between interest in zombies vs. vampires?

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~ Doug Addison

Doug AddisonDoug Addison is a prominent conference speaker captivating audiences with clean stand-up comedy and high energy prophetic messages, also shared on TV, radio and the Internet for over a decade.  He brings laughter, fun and a unique prophetic style while empowering people to transform their lives, discover their destiny and understand dreams, tattoos and piercings. His powerful messages stay with his audiences long after hearing him.

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