Author: Daniel Kuberek

Extinct tiger, bold lion

Unlike the Tasmanian tiger, the remnant doesn’t hold the characteristics of an endangered or extinct animal that is regrouping in secret.

The lonely void

Our lives are more than just about making sure our cupboards are stocked and we have “anything we want”.

The signs of Jesus’ work in Logan

You don’t have to go far in Logan, Queensland, to find out what kind of impact the local ADRA Community Centre has on people in the area.

Living Kingdom: You and me, modern day pharisees?

The parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector isn’t for Pharisees, it’s for “some who were confident of their own righteousness and looked down on everyone else” (Luke 18:9). Was Jesus talking about you and me? 

Small glowing capsule, big impact

We take on the burden of making sure the seeds land in the right place, and we feel like failures when by our own expectations, they don’t.

Defeated by emus

ANGRY BIRDS: Daniel Kuberek recounts Australia’s fight against a mob of feathered, flightless foes.

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