No Silver Bullets by Daniel Im

*I was given No Silver Bullets to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are based on my experience and are 100% honest. This blog post contains affiliated links to a product that we love. This means I may receive a commission at no cost to you if you chose to click on the link and purchase the product.

Are you a pastor or a leader in your church? Is there a shift happening and you just can’t put your finger on it? Perhaps, Daniel Im’s book ‘No Silver Bullets’ can help give you perspective. Perspective leading to ah-ha moments to deepen the discipleship happening within at your church.

“What is the solution isn’t a new model or a complicated strategy, but a shift in perspective? What if you could keep your church’s current vision, values, and model, and simply make a few micro-shifts…leading to macro-changes?”
– Excerpt from No Silver Bullets

No Silver ullets

When I began reading this book I immediately thought of all of my friends who are pastors, youth leaders and truly desire to reach the world around them. To share with them the freedom Christ has given them. I am excited to be able to pass No Silver Bullets on to the next person. If you are interested in more reviews, ones from pastors and church leaders who have also read this book visit is this link.

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My rebel heart loves Jesus. It has been a journey learning about his love for me, but he continues to fight for me and has won my heart. I am learning to love and respect my husband Mark. After four years of being a mommy I fell in love with the role God had given me and I am now a passionate homeschool, stay at home mom. I love outdoor adventures with my family and our husky Skye. I love creating delicious physically and emotionally satisfying meals. I love walking life’s hard road with those around me. I want to be a friend to the friendless and be a beacon of light and hope to the weary.

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