Thursday, March 28, 2013

Kingdom Prinicples Book Tour with Stewart Perrilliat

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. 

Q & A with Stewart Perrilliat

A&RBC: How did you become a writer?
Stewart: I have always had the gift to express myself through writing. My mother is an English major and also a professional writer, and therefore I believe that it has always been in me to write.

A&RBC: What are you hoping readers take from your book?
Stewart: What I hope readers take from my book, is to establish a greater and deeper relationship with God, and to develop a more personal relationship with Jesus Christ, by spending more time with him each and everyday, through prayer and mediation.

A&RBC: If you were to write a book about a controversial topic, what would it be?
Stewart: “There Is A God”

A&RBC: Are you an avid or occasional reader? If so, what is your favorite genre of books?
Stewart: My favorite genre is fantasy I like the “Lord of the rings” by J.R.R. TOLKIEN

A&RBC: If you could interview one of your favorite authors, who would it be? Why?
Stewart: If I could interview one of my favorite authors, It would be Miles Monroe, and the reason why is because he has so much wisdom and revelation, when it pertains to the Kingdom Of God.

A&RBC: If you could make a movie out of one of your books, which one would it be?
Stewart: It will be on a book that I am presently working on. “The Fall Of The Mighty”

A&RBC: Which marketing/promotions or publicity strategy has worked best in your favor?
Stewart: The best publicity strategy that has worked best in my favor is the word of mouth.

A&RBC: Which do you like better traditional or self-publishing? Why?
Stewart: I personally like self-publishing rather than the traditional publishing, because I don’t want to compromise what I want to say. I personally think that for me self-publishing makes my life simple in more ways than one.

A&RBC: What new projects are you working on?
Stewart: I am currently working on writing a motion movie and six other daily devotionals.

A&RBC: Where can readers find you?
Stewart: Connect with me at:

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About The Book

The book is a 40 day devotional. It's a great book for men and women. This book is designed to help those who are struggling with a consistent prayer life. It's easy to read and very fruitful.

 Significance of The Number 40
Stewart Perrilliat

Over the years, I have come to understand the significance of the number 40. Scientifically speaking, 40 weeks is the length of time it takes for a mother to carry an unborn child from conception to delivery. Biblically speaking, 40 is the number associated with a period of testing before a breakthrough.

The number 40 is an indication that God is ready to birth something new out of pain or challenge. According to the Bible, Noah was in the rain for 40 days and nights before God brought a refreshing promise for His people.

When the Children of Israel were ready to cross over into their promise, the spies who preceded them took 40 days to scout out the land. However, because of disobedience, their 40 days turned into 40 years before they entered into the land of promise.
Goliath, who was killed by David, challenged the Children of Israel for 40 days prior to their victory over the Philistine army.

Before He began His ministry, Jesus, while being tempted by satan, fasted for 40 days and 40 nights in the wilderness.

I have experienced my own personal 40 days of trials and tribulations. However, because I did not lose my confidence in God, I was able to realize the significance of the number 40 and receive God’s blessings for me after my test. These truths concerning the number 40 inspired me to write this devotional.

In modern times, 30 days is used to complete various programs or to create a new habit. At the beginning of the year, Magazine cover stories often read, Thirty Days to a New You. For the purpose of this devotional the true number for the manifestation of a renewed life is the number 40.

Therefore, this devotional will afford you an opportunity to develop a more intimate relationship with the Lord and transform your life. As you read this devotional, it will give you hope and renew your strength. On those days when doubt and disbelief abound, I encourage you to remain consistent with your 40 day cycle of reading Kingdom Principles for Everyday Living: 40 Practical Principals for a Fruitful Life.
I challenge you to apply yourself and expect a breakthrough by the time you have complete this devotional. I encourage you to not only read through the devotions in this book, but to read the related scriptures and commit them to memory. This process will increase your knowledge of God, and strengthen your faith towards Him.

God’s will for us is to increase in every area of our lives by being doers of His Word. I pray that this devotional draw you closer to God and give you the incredible power to break into your promise.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank You for posting my book on your site!