Reverend Deacon Logan Polk, M.A. was happily born and raised in Pearl, Mississippi for most of his life. He is a convert to and fully-ordained Deacon of the Ethiopian Tewahedo Orthodox
Church. He preaches children‘s sermons on Holy Scripture, Oriental Orthodox culture, and Church history weekly with the E.O.T.C. Tsirha-Tsion Communal Association. He serves the congregation of St. Mary‘s E.O.T.C. in Bartlett, Tennessee,
driving up as often as he can manage on a teacher‘s schedule. He obtained his Associate‘s Degree in English (A.A.) from Hinds Community College in 2016, his Bachelor‘s Degree in English (B.A.) from the University of Southern Mississippi
in 2018, and his Master‘s Degree in English (M.A.) from Mississippi College in 2020. He previously worked at Mississippi College as an adjunct professor of World Literature. Currently, Rev. Dcn. Logan Polk
teaches 7-12th Grade classes for English Intervention, Creative Writing, Debate, and Dual-Enrollment Composition in Ethel, MS. He also currently serves as the Chief Overseer of the Center of Orthodox Studies (COS), an autonomous body of the Orthodoxy
Cognate PAGE Society (OCP). He currently resides in Kosciusko, Mississippi.