Greg Payne

Greg Payne is a creative writer, video producer, and performer for Orange and 252 Basics. He has been married for 21 years. He has two daughters, a grill, a motorcycle, and a strange sense of humor. His dog loves anything from the grill. His daughters like his motorcycle. His wife tolerates his sense of humor with grace and mercy.

Episode 62

PCL 62: Why Teaching Your Kids Kindness Is Important

Founder and CEO of Orange, Reggie Joiner, along with Greg Payne, a creative director at Orange, and podcast host, Kristen Ivy, talk about why teaching kindness to your kids helps… Read More
Episode 52

PCL 52: Miss Rory’s Story Emporium

In today’s episode of the Parent Cue Live podcast, we hear from Greg Payne and Mike Clear, story producers of Miss Rory’s Story Emporium, an imaginative, storytelling podcast for the… Read More
Episode 02

PCL 02: Kindness Matters

Greg Payne joins Parent Cue Blog authors Reggie Joiner and Kristen Ivy to discuss why kindness matters and how to make it a priority in your family. Read More
Episode 01

PCL 01: Growing A Kid’s Faith

Greg Payne joins Parent Cue Blog authors Reggie Joiner and Kristen Ivy to discuss 4 ways to help kids grow their faith. Read More


Have Yourself a Rustic Little Christmas

My 15-year-old daughter has leadership gifts. While I recognize this is a God-given talent—and He has plans for her that will incorporate these amazing skills—I also confess I am the father… Read More

Elementary (K-5th) | Faith

4 Words to Help Grow Your Family This Year

It’s January. It’s a time when we change the calendar and see that another 12 months have passed and think we should do the things we said we’d do the… Read More

Celebrations | Elementary (K-5th)

3 Sounds That Lead to A Great Christmas In Your House

Christmas—it’s a time of peace. It’s a time when all mankind seems to pause and bring out their best. It’s also a time when my family can turn on each… Read More


The Next Generation Is at My House

I’m 48 years old, and this year something is happening that I really didn’t expect.  It’s happened before, but not recently.  In fact, the last time I think I felt… Read More