The Power of Faith with Bishop Frank Logue
Faith has the power to transform our lives as we pursue an active God!
In this episode, Bishop Wright had a conversation with Bishop Frank Logue, Bishop of The Episcopal Diocese of Georgia. They have a conversation about life, as we see it, not being about measuring up, but realizing as Christians Jesus has assured us we are enough and our call is to use our faith for God’s goodness.
Bishop Logue shares personal stories of his own faith both past and present and how it continues to lead him on his path with Christ.
The Rt. Rev. Frank S. Logue began his ministry as the 11th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia on May 30, 2020. At that time he had already served two decades in the Diocese first as a church planter and then as the assistant to the 10th bishop.
Born in Montgomery, Alabama, where he lived for 6 years, Frank Logue grew up in Marietta, Georgia. A 1984 graduate of Georgia Southern University, he worked as a photographer for two small daily newspapers in Georgia— the Warner Robins Daily Sun and the Rome News-Tribune. Frank married Victoria Steele in 1985. The Logues hiked the entire 2,150-mile Appalachian Trail in a single six-month long hike in 1988. Three years later, after he worked as an Art Director for a non-profit, Frank and Victoria went full-time as freelance writer-photographers, writing books, and magazine articles. Their daughter, Griffin Logue, born in 1991 added great joy and wonder to their lives.