Brian Bailey

Brian became a disciple of Jesus Christ in law school. It is his joy to serve as an elder of Trinity Reformed Church, whose ministry God used to bring Brian to faith. Over the years, Brian has worked as a clerk to a state appellate judge, a business and appellate litigator, and an agency head for two governors. He now practices law in Bloomington, Indiana, where he, his wife Nicole, and their nine children live.

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Doug Wilson’s confession of faith

When it comes to masks, Pastor Doug Wilson first presents as a modest man. He says the practice of mask-wearing at his church (wear one if you want) is “the way of love.” He says he is “trying to maintain the bond of peace within our own ranks during this trying... read more

COVID-19: the wickedness of our civil authorities

Despising authority is a besetting sin of the Church, today. Writing on fatherhood and the eldership has been difficult, knowing many will point at fathers and elders who have abused their authority, responding, “You want us to respect them?” More recently... read more

COVID-19: another pastoral letter

This is a pastoral letter to the souls of Trinity Reformed Church from Elder Brian Bailey and Pastor Tim Bayly. July 13, 2020 Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, We know it’s difficult to have the pastors of other churches opposing our elders’ care for... read more

Where have all the arguments gone?

In recent weeks, three pastors have published extensive warnings on Warhorn Media, exposing the PCA’s latest compromises on sexuality. Instead of delivering a rebuttal, the response within the PCA has largely been pounding the table.

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Supreme Court’s message to persecutors: Stomp respectfully

There’s a difference between gratitude and a triumphal belief that the First Amendment has been resuscitated. It hasn’t. It’s still a dead letter.

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Breathing Space? Not In Flyover Country

If you grew up in the ’70s or ’80s, you may remember Mr. Yuck and other kid-safety PSAs. One particularly disturbing warning was never to climb inside a refrigerator. In those days, some refrigerators couldn’t be opened from the inside. The recent cake-baking argument... read more

Dirty Jobs

You don’t need to watch a reality TV show to know that there are many dirty jobs that are quite noble. Cleaning septic tanks, raising pigs, hot tarring a roof, not to mention the work of any mother, especially when the family gets sick. All of this is good work... read more

Bakers, yes; butchers and candlestick makers, absolutely not…

Can a Christian baker refuse to make a cake for a homosexual wedding? The State of Colorado answers that question with an emphatic N-O. What will the U.S. Supreme Court say? TBD. What did the Christian attorney say: yes, a baker can refuse to make a cake. But what... read more

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