Video Storytelling

Tell Me Something Good Season 1

December 1, 2020
Video Storytelling

On each episode of Tell Me Something Good, you can expect to hear the Good News of God’s great love from the perspective of farmers and mothers, pie-bakers and Sunday School teachers. Sharing the stories of how God is showing up in extraordinary and ordinary ways, guests from around The Episcopal Church chat with hosts Jerusalem Greer and Marcus Halley, exploring the themes of hope, curiosity, and innovation in their ministries and their lives.

Join us for new episodes twice monthly – here and on The Episcopal Church’s Facebook and IGTV Channel.

Our Hosts

The Rev. Marcus George Halley serves the Episcopal Church in Connecticut as the Dean of Formation. He joined ECCT in October 2019 after serving as Rector of Saint Paul’s Church on Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis and Missioner for Evangelism for the Episcopal Church in Minnesota. In addition to serving as Dean of Formation, the Rev. Halley serves as Missional Priest-in-Charge of Church of the Holy Spirit in West Haven, Conn., and is on the Council of Advice for Evangelism for The Episcopal Church. He is the author of Proclaim: Sharing Words, Living Examples, Changing Lives (Church Publishing, 2019) and enjoys baking pies on his days off.

Jerusalem Greer is the Staff Officer for Evangelism for The Episcopal Church in the Office of the Presiding Bishop and a member of the Way of Love creation and leadership team.  She lives with her husband and two teenage sons on a hobby farm in rural Arkansas. Jerusalem also serves on the Council of Advice for Episcopal Relief & Development and is the author of At Home in this Life: Finding Peace at the Crossroads of Unraveled Dreams and Beautiful Surprises (Paraclete Press, 2015), and A Homemade Year: The Blessings of Cooking, Crafting and Coming Together (Paraclete Press, 2013), as well as several curricula. She enjoys binge-watching campfires on her days off.

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