Kingdom Principles For Everyday Living is a devotional that will afford you an opportunity to develop a more intimate relationship with the Lord and transform your life.
The book is a 40 day devotional and is great for men and women. Kingdom Principles for Everyday Living is designed to help those who are struggling with a consistent prayer life. It’s easy to read and very fruitful. As you read this devotional, it will give you hope and renew your strength.
Interview with Stewart Bernard Perrilliat
When did you realize you had a book (or some books) inside you?
I have always had the gift to express myself through writing and the more I wrote, the more I realized that I had something that people needed to hear. My mother is also an English major and a professional writer, and therefore I believe that it has always been in me to write.
Why is the theme of this project important?
The reason the theme of this project is so important, is because this book is a representation of the Kingdom Of God, and it clearly explains how to apply these kingdom principles for your everyday living. The theme defines the contents, in which the book was written. “40 Practical Principles For A Fruitful Life.”
What did you learn about yourself while writing this book?
What I learned about myself is that God has given me a gift to write, and to touch a vast amount of people no matter where they are in life, in a very transparent and non-threatening way.
How do you find time to write?
I have been writing this book for about a year in a half, off and on. I would work on it, and then put it down, wait a few weeks and add to it again. This book has been an on going project.
If you could work on a writing project with anyone (dead or alive), who would it be? Why?
If I could work on a writing project with someone, it would be with my grandmother, who is now deceased. She was such a woman of God, and had experienced so much in her life, while living back in the deep south, and doing the time of segregation, and yet she still shined her light wherever she went. I had never seen her talk about any of those painful times with anger or bitterness, even though her journey wasn’t easy, nor was it fair. She still loved everyone whether white, black, or Hispanic. She demonstrated the Love of Jesus in every aspect of her life.
About the Author
Minister. Father. Servant. Evangelist. Author. Stewart Bernard Perrilliat is a gifted individual who has a passion to see broken lives restored and renewed through a relationship with Jesus Christ. A native of Oakland, California, Stewart grew up in a community that was plagued with a number of challenging institutional socio-economic ills. Nevertheless, Stewart escaped the lures of the streets and became a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corp before becoming the Founder and CEO of Perrilliat Enterprises, a general contracting and engineering firm based in Northern California.
Stewart began his ministry call as a Street Evangelist in 1995, and since that time he has been used by the Lord to win countless souls into the Kingdom of God. He attributes his success as a Street Evangelist to his ability to present the gospel in a manner that meets people at the place of their need. His call has become the central focus of his life and ministry. Though Stewart is a gifted entrepreneur, he is first and foremost a service-driven person who is passionate about seeing people live their life now through having a relationship with Jesus Christ. Stewart’s teaching gift empowers people to apply Biblical principles to improve and enhance their lives. His approach is known for being encouraging, practical, and inspirational. He is also known for motivating others to reach their highest potential.
Connect with Stewart
Email Address: email@example.com
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