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Frank S. Logue

The Rev. Canon Frank Logue serves as the Canon to the Ordinary for the Diocese of Georgia, where he is also now the bishop-elect. A member of the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church, Frank previously served as the church planter for King of Peace Episcopal Church in Kingsland, Georgia.

Sermons and Bible Studies

Facing Battles with the Promise of Victory, Proper 7 (A) – 2014

June 22, 2014

Have you ever thought that having a relationship with God would make your life easier? With God on your side, you’ll slide through life with no problems, right? The readings this morning should disabuse you of that notion. In the Old Testament lesson, the prophet Jeremiah rails against God, using words on the edge of […]

Choosing to Lose Paradise, Lent 1 (A) – 2014

March 09, 2014

In our Old Testament lesson, we find a test case for free will in the Garden of Eden. We humans usually have good excuses to offer for the bad choices we make. Like Jean Valjean in Victor Hugo’s novel “Les Misérables” who steals bread to feed his sister’s family. Or we can look to someone […]

Making Room, Christmas Eve – 2013

December 24, 2013

Christmas is an occasion that brings families together. Surely there is at least someone here tonight wondering how he is going to be able to sleep on that fold-out couch that awaits him. That bar across the back starts to get really uncomfortable sometime in the middle of the night. And someone else is wondering […]

Nothing But, Day of Pentecost (C) – 2013

May 19, 2013

The Holy Spirit came to Jesus’ first followers on Pentecost, empowering the frightened pack of disciples to become a brazen bunch of evangelists. The curse of the Tower of Babel was reversed in one amazing outburst. At Babel, people were divided. Former fishermen and other followers of Jesus became interpreters par excellence. In this Babel […]

Letting the Mask Fall, Ash Wednesday – 2013

February 13, 2013

Christians are hypocrites. That is the word on the street about us, demonstrated in survey after survey. A prime example is a landmark study by the Barna Group, which found 85 percent of young people outside the church surveyed agree that Christianity is hypocritical. Even when they asked only youth who attend church, 47 percent […]

The Kingdom of God…, Advent 1 (C) – 2012

December 02, 2012

“There will be signs in the sun, the moon, and the stars, and on the earth distress among nations confused by the roaring of the sea and waves.” Jesus foretold of horrors so great that people would faint with fear at the end of the world. Over the 2,000 years since Jesus’ ministry, death and […]

Food That Endures, Proper 13 (B) – 2012

August 05, 2012

A deep spiritual hunger is implanted in every human heart. Different people will seek to fill this need in different ways, but the hunger is not unique. People yearn for a deeper connection, an eternal spiritual connection, and when that is lacking will seek any means to be fulfilled. Jesus said he came that we […]

The First Fruits of a New Garden, Easter Day (B) – 2012

April 08, 2012

Mary Magdalene is lost in the grief following her rabbi, Jesus’, death. Then there is the shock of finding the tomb empty. She runs to get Peter and the Beloved Disciple, who see the tomb and return home. Mary remains. She is weeping inconsolably when angels ask her, “Woman, why are you weeping?” In her […]

How Far Are You Willing To Go?, Epiphany 6 (B) – 2012

February 12, 2012

What would you be willing to do if your life depended on it? How far would you be willing to go to save yourself? We can never know what we would do when faced with those sorts of life-or-death choices until the moment comes for us to make such a weighty decision. Yet, there are […]

Mary Sings the Good News, Advent 4 (B) – 2011

December 18, 2011

“He has cast down the mighty from their thrones, and has lifted up the lowly.” Mary sings the Good News of the Incarnation to break into our Advent anticipation with a description of the coming Reign of God. In the angel Gabriel’s visit to lowly Mary, and then in Mary’s beautiful hymn of praise, the […]

You Have to be Taught…, Proper 19 (A) – 2011

September 11, 2011

You have to be taught to hate. Little boys do not stitch together their own Klansman robes. Young girls do not look longingly at vests in shop windows with visions of being a suicide bomber. Yes, children will readily turn sticks into swords and guns for their play. But they do not name someone as […]

The Crackle of Dried Palms…, Palm Sunday (A) – 2011

April 17, 2011

The crackle of dried palms crunch under the feet of the crowd. The sound is but a faint crackle lost in the din of angry voices. The meaning of the sound is lost on the mob now shouting, “Crucify him! Crucify him! CRUCIFY HIM!” That crackle of dried palm branches covered by the shouts of […]

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