Tanara McCauley

Culturally Imagined Stories

Tag: compassion

  • A Little Tact, Please

    Years ago, in a modest California home on a crowded California couch, I sat next to my Great-Grandmother who was visiting with my parents for a few weeks. Remote in hand, I flipped through their zillion channels for something suitable to watch. It went a little like this: Click. Pause. Interesting? No. Click. Pause. Seen it. Click. […]

  • Blogging for Compassion a Huge Success

    I wanted to update everyone on the Blogging for Compassion campaign run in the month of September. Through the efforts of several bloggers, 3,159 children were sponsored! That is HUGE! What an amazing testimony to the compassion of many hearts and the awesome work of the Lord. Many thanks to any of you who sponsored, […]

  • Bring on the Fiction!

    It’s been a few months now. I’ve learned to crawl through this blog thing–post a bit about writing, topics related to my book plot, random everyday me stuff, and scorpions. Now I think I’m ready. It’s time to give my blog knees a break and stand up on wobbly blog legs. It’s time to pull the […]

  • From My Heart to God’s Ear…In a Letter

    Heavenly Father, I want to praise You and give You thanks for who You are and all that You do. As I think about child sponsorship and what it has become for me, I really want to just thank You for using such a ministry to bless my family when we thought it would be […]

  • Have Compassion…Sponsor a Child

    Have you never had the urge to Sponsor a Child? I won’t pretend to know why the average person is turned off by the countless child sponsorship advertisements. It could be the depressing feeling one gets when they see such poverty and despair. Or the assumption that their efforts will most likely not make a difference. […]

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