Bishop Ronald Maurice Logan, native of Springfield, Ohio, was born to Maurice and Evelyn Logan. He is husband of 44 years to Monica L. Logan, father of three daughters and grandfather to five, and one great granddaughter. In 1968, he became the founding member of a singing group, The Different Shades of Brown who signed with Motown Records in Detroit, Michigan. God called Bishop Logan in the midst of his singing career to devote his life to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Bishop Logan completed two years of Computer Programming at Clark State Community College, and received a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio in 1976. He worked at Wilberforce University in the Cooperative Education Department. After which he worked at Wright Patterson Air Force Base and completed training in Acquisition Management and became an Automated Contract Manager for the Department of Defense in 1990.
After serving 20 years at the Church of Jesus Worship Center under his father in the gospel, Bishop Cecil A. Pratt, Bishop Logan founded Greater Grace Temple, Springfield, Ohio in 1991, where he serves as senior pastor. He served 30 years as a member of the Pentecostal Assembly of the World. There he began his ministerial training at Aenon Bible College where he became a licensed Elder, later he was ordained pastor in 1997. Bishop Logan received a master’s degree in divinity from the Apostolic University of Grace and Truth and graduated Summa Cum Laude as a Distinguished Student in 2003, and now serves on the Board of Trustees. The Joint College of Bishops also awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree the year 2009.
Many other celebrated fathers in the gospel have helped mentor Bishop Logan. The Right Reverend Bishop Charles Watkins, Cleveland, Ohio. The Right Reverend Bishop William Ellis, Chicago, ILL. And, international Evangelist Reverend Johnny James, formerly of Detroit, Michigan.
In March of 2008 at the Joint College of Bishops Congress, Cleveland, Ohio. Bishop Logan was consecrated to the Holy office of Bishop and received the blessedness of apostolic succession from the Most Reverend Jesse Delano Ellis II. The Most Reverend Ronald M. Logan is now Emeritus of the Pneuma Life Fellowship of Pastors and Ministries, and Senior Pastor of Greater Grace Temple, Springfield, Ohio.