Much of Bishop Bailey's childhood experiences fueled an anger that he carried into his adulthood. With anger at his side, as what he thought to be his protector, he sought violence as his main source of power and walked through life, as many do, thinking,
"This is who I am."
One day as he sat at work in the hospital nursery in Suffolk, England, the Lord spoke to him
saying it was time to come home. Bishop Bailey understood this meant it was time to surrender his life to the Lord and did so in that moment.
Instantly, the Lord began to unlock mysteries of truth on the inside of him. It didn't take long for him to realize the high calling on his life. He has continued to unfold in the expression of these mysteries with a determined purpose and undeniable hunger for His Truth.
From his military experience in Obstetrics and Gynecology, to his involvement in
social work, Bishop Bailey has always been in a position to change lives. Inspired by his
desire to see others overcome obstacles in order to maximize their potential,
he sincerely and uncompromisingly delivers sound wisdom and direction through
the Word of God. With over 20 years of counseling experience,
a Bachelor's degree (BAS) in psychology from Abilene Christian University,
a Master's degree (M.Ed.) in counseling and human development from
Hardin-Simmons University, and continuing doctoral education,
God uses Bishop Bailey to reach into the "inner being" (Lamentations 3:24-25 AMP)
of the individual to unlock the secrets of their created purpose.
Answering the call to pastor in 2009, Bishop Bailey founded
Prince of Peace Family Ministries in Abilene, TX. The ministry relocated to
Southern California in July 2015 where he currently makes his home with his wife
of 23 years and their three children.
“Inside of every person lies a mystery that no one else can bring to the world.
When that mystery is unlocked, it actually makes the world fuller.”
As a child, he endured a debilitating speech impediment that left him feeling
fearful and isolated. “It was like my speech was imprisoned within my mind. This is how I think people feel who have destiny and purpose on the inside of them. They know there is something there they want to express, but they can’t get it out.”
ather than be a victim, Bishop Darnell R. Bailey, Sr., has chosen to live a victorious life and to share with others what he has learned. Despite obstacles encountered in his upbringing he has come, through experience, to live and know what it means to live the statement, "Don't let your position in life change your position in Christ." He has used obstacles of opportunity to lead him to a greater expression in Jesus. Christ has used difficult situations in Bishop Bailey's life to show how He (Jesus) is the ultimate
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