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Brent Bailey

Contributor since: Jul 26, 2014
Denomination: *Other

About Brent Bailey

Education: Brent has a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Southwestern Christian University, an associate degree in theology from Faith Theological Seminary and is a 1993 Rhema Bible Training Center graduate from Pastoral Ministry.

Comment to those looking at my sermons: These are like my kids. I love everyone of them.

Sermon or series that made a difference: The Believer's Authority by Kenneth E. Hagin Understanding Your Potential by Myles Munroe Awakening The Great Multitude Mind by Bob Harrison

One of my favorite illustrations: taking water and adding food coloring, multiple colors to make it black, using a chemistry beaker, cork and rubber coil to another beaker. Placing the "dirty" water on a bunson burner and allowing it to boil during the message. It evaporates into the clean beaker completely clear. This explains sanctification as a process that takes your whole life.

Family: Brent has been married to his wife Jodi since 1999 and have two sons, Preston and Peyton and they live in the Orlando, FL area.

What my parents think of my sermons: They listen intently online every week from Kentucky.

What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She amens me louder than anyone.

Best advice given to me about preaching: Be yourself and stop imitating someone else. God made you to be you because you are the only one that will reach some people!

Books that have had an impact: New Thresh Holds of Faith by Kenneth E. Hagin God First Life by Stovall Weems Tongues Beyond The Upper Room by Kenneth E Hagin The Four Cups by Chris Hodges Good to Great by Jim Collins The Bait Of Satan by John Beveere The Untapped Power In Praise by Kenneth Hagin, Jr

Hobbies: Basketball, Outdoors, Park Hopping in Orlando, Traveling

If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: YOU are the a vessel that God can use! Stop looking at everyone else and understand that you are just as valuable to the body as anyone else is.

Something funny that happened while preaching: Nothing really to speak of

What I want on my tombstone: He's not here!