Jan 12, 2021Tell Me Something Good

Tell Me Something Good

Kim Snodgrass One-minute read.   Resources
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We all need some good news. Good news increases joy and can’t help but put us in a good frame of mind. Sharing good news not only makes you feel better but also improves the well-being of those around you. Both are formational and transformational.

Sharing good news not only makes you feel better but also improves the well-being of those around you.

Tell Me Something Good, a new web series from The Episcopal Church, highlights positive stories from around the church through conversations with various guests. New episodes of Tell Me Something Good will be released every two weeks. Episodes one through five are available for viewing on The Episcopal Church website here.

Hosted by Jerusalem Greer, Episcopal Church staff officer for evangelism, and the Rev. Marcus Halley, dean of formation of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut (and former Pastor for Young Adults and Families at St. Andrew’s, Kansas City), Tell Me Something Good seeks, names and celebrates Jesus’ loving presence in the stories of people from all over the church, and invites everyone to more!

Check out episode one, where, Greer and Halley share the story of how Tell Me Something Good came to be, what has been Good News in their lives recently, and give a preview of the other episodes.

Kim Snodgrass is Assistant to the Bishop for Christian Formation.

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