(8 customer reviews)


It’s time to end our culture’s LOVE AFFAIR WITH PUNISHMENT…


About Unpunishable

Living with humans is messy. Our children make messes. Our spouses and friends make messes. So do our coworkers, bosses, pastors, and presidents . . . and so do we.

Messes are scary, painful, and offensive. And whether we’re dealing with the pain of a personal failure, the frustration of a disrespectful child, the devastation of a major betrayal, the stress of a workplace conflict, or the fallout of larger social injustices, classically we react the same way–with fear, shame, and punishment.
These reactions are understandable . . . but they don’t do anything to fix the problem. In fact, they only perpetuate a culture of fear, unforgiveness, retribution, and disconnection.

Jesus came to show us a better way to respond to human messes–the way of repentance, reconciliation, and restoration. This way removes fear, shame, and punishment from people’s lives, empowers them to deal with the root of their problems, and equips them to build a new lifestyle of walking in the light and protecting connection with God, themselves, and others.

Unpunishable is a roadmap for walking out repentance, reconciliation, and restoration in our own lives, leading others in this journey, and creating punishment-free cultures of love in our lives, relationships, families, churches, and organizations.


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8 reviews for Unpunishable

  1. Dorothy Sawyer

    I can’t wait to purchase Unpunishable

  2. Dorothy Sawyer

    My Son Adam, told me about Danny Silks book Unpunishable. I have read what is being written as regards the Book content and l am excited to purchase it and write a Review on reading it.

  3. Dorothy Sawyer

    I can’t wait to read it

  4. Dorothy Sawyer

    I can’t wait for Unpunishable to arrive

  5. Kate Fisher

    1st chapter was a noodle cooker. A firm but loving redemption process. I want to know what happens if there is no repentance. Or if their is a yes but they really mean not right now. Bought the book.

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  7. Judy Tucker

    Not read yet but if it’s anything like his teachings, I won’t be disappointed!

  8. Josephine Lake

    I wish I had been able to read this & Loving Our Kids on Purpose before I had kids. It’s a little scary how much damage we’ve done to our kids by perpetuating the punishment paradigm we were raised in, but I’m hopeful that it’s never too late to turn things around. I really feel that Unpunishable gave me answers I didn’t quite get in their fullness in Loving Our Kids on Purpose. I highly recommend they be read together. So grateful for these resources!

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