An Introduction

Welcome to Wholly Bound!

and these are my younger sisters, M&M

My name is Tessa and I am a full-time college student, part-time reader, and lifetime learner. Writing is my passion, so I’m studying public communication in the cornfields of Ohio at Cedarville University. And I love seeking out the Truth & sharing it with others, which is why I founded this blog.

My generation is spiritually illiterate and abandoning the church. Research done by The Barna Group reveals that while 59% of Generation Z identifies with some sort of theistic religion and 7% associate themselves with another faith, 35% percent articulated some form of skepticism. Even young believers who have grown up in the church have voiced doubts about the Bible’s authority and Christianity’s relevance in a post-theistic age of history.

There is so much confusion about the nature and knowability of truth. But the Gospel can provide answers for Generation Z and every other person who desires hope and certainty.

My desire is to step into the literacy gap and encourage my peers to take ownership of their faith & pursue Christ obediently so that we might transform our culture from the inside out–one conversation at a time. That’s what Wholly Bound is all about: seeking Truth, showing grace, and loving well.

For more information on the vision and mission of Wholly Bound and a more detailed overview of the content you can expect here, take a look at my About page.

Stay tuned!

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

John 14:6

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Freelance writer. Storyteller. Adopted & beloved by my Jesus. Sweet tea enthusiast. Proudly southern. Lover of carbs & conversations. Passionate about the pursuit of truth & the One who authored it.

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