Tanara McCauley

Culturally Imagined Stories

Tag: religion

  • Twice the Miracle

    I could tell by the look in the nurse’s eyes she wasn’t sure I understood what she was saying. We stared at each other, she with one brow lifted in question for some sign of comprehension on my end; me drifting inside myself with a host of “what if’s” tumbling through my mind. My twins, […]

  • 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. […]

  • The Bible – Better Read Than Watched on TV

    I’ve been hearing all week about the upcoming The Bible series on the History channel. Though I originally determined not to watch it (because movies derived from books rarely do the original work justice, and I didn’t want to have that disgusted feeling about the precious Word put to screen) I succumbed to the pressure […]

  • God Speaks. Are You Listening?

    Drake was by all appearances a super-Christian… Check out a valuable lesson learned in my walk with God as I share one of my early experiences as a Christian. You can find the story at A Pew Perspective, where I am guest blogging today.