Steward Leadership: Becoming a More Effective Leader by Breaking the Cycle of Being a Hostage to Your Mission. 

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Steward Leadership Will Help…

  • Give You The Tools

    Steward Leadership will give you the tools to save, sustain, and gain your energy, relationships, and productivity to boost your leadership effectiveness without adding time and money.

  • Clear Up Contradictions in Your Leadership

    Steward Leadership will give you a way to examine your life and make sure your 4 P’s for leadership effectiveness are all aligned.  If there are any contradictions, this will eventually lead to your leadership destruction.

  • Serve More by Serving Less

    Steward Leadership will give you permission to take a step back, take care of your own needs, so in the long run, you have more impact on those you are serving at a higher level.

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Why This Book Was Written


[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_font=”Oswald” font_style=”normal”]My original intent in writing this book was not to write a book.  I write often on health and leadership topics.  What originally set out to be a blog post, tuned into a monster of a document with enough material that could become a book.

Dr. Kurt Perkins DC CCWPI grew up a son of a pastor.  For 43 years, my dad served people to a fault of not taking care of his own health and needs.  He was the ultimate servant leader.  6 years after retiring, my dad is now a hostage in his own house with 24 hour surveillance due to Alzheimer’s.  Instead of his desire to mentor young pastors during retirement, his days are filled with sitting in a chair, making funny noises, and quickly losing reality of anyone related to him.

Was my dad part of the unlucky club by developing Alzheimer’s?  I don’t think so.  It has an accumulative process just like any chronic illness seen in America.  Alzheimer’s, much like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, is a series of events.

One of those events is the curse of the servant leader.  Servant leaders tend to take care of everyone else to the point of exhaustion and illness.  Steward Leadership is your leadership field guide to prevent burnout and recapture your passion again through physical, chemical, and emotional discipline.

Thanks for reading.

Dr. Kurt[/text_block]

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“One of the things I always want to know, or figure out about a book is why it was written. What was the motivation behind it? That’s very clear here, and I think it is a noble and admirable reason. I was in on the initial concept because I think that Pastors are one of the unhealthiest subsets of an already unhealthy culture. I think Steward Leadership could be a really tough read for a lot of people, but that does not make it wrong nor mean it should be changed. Truthfully it means that they need to read it.”


“Steward Leadership is a concept many of us need in this increasingly busy and demanding society. As we have learned to be a servant to others, many of us have failed to be good stewards of our own health and vitality, ultimately limiting the influence we have on His Kingdom. This book is a delightful blend of informing, convicting, and motivating. Read this book if you want to thrive, and make your ministry thrive even more.”


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