This year’s Unidus pledge is the third one I am participating in, and as I prepare for it, I am reminded of my Unidus pledge journey last year.

As I was praying and seeking God for a personal faith pledge, God placed an amount in my heart that seemed impossible for me to achieve. As I struggled with the amount, telling myself that I must have imagined the amount and that God was probably saying something else, someone shared something with me that I still remember to this day: a faith pledge requires faith, and faith works in impossible situations. A pledge is just a pledge if it looks possible to fulfil by your own means, but it is a faith pledge when it seems impossible to do it by your own means. So with trembling hands, I wrote down the amount God had placed in my heart on the little blue slip of paper and walked down the aisle to put it in the cardboard box on pledge Sunday.

Weeks passed and I had more or less forgotten about the pledge, buried in the dusty recesses of my memory. I was suddenly faced with the decision of whether I should get a car. I had been thinking of getting a car for a few months and I was not very confident of finding a car that would fit my criteria, but surprisingly, a car came on the market that looked like a really good deal. I was all set to buy it; I had even gone to the bank to withdraw the money already. Unfortunately (or fortunately), when I went to get the car, the owner was missing some paperwork and it would take some time for him to get it all together. As I went home and thought more about it, the Holy Spirit began to remind me about my pledge and I had to re-examine my priorities.

I was reminded of the verse in Haggai 1:9 (NIV), “You expected much, but see, it turned out to be little. What you brought home, I blew away. Why?” declares the Lord Almighty. “Because of my house, which remains a ruin, while each of you is busy with your own house.” It is a very sobering verse and I had to personally decide how important it was to build the house of God. In the end, I decided to use the money I had set aside for the car to fulfil my pledge instead. It was perhaps one of the toughest and most painful decisions I have had to make, but God is a God who never short-changes. As I chose to honour Him and make building His house a priority in my life, I have been blessed immeasurably more than I could have imagined, in ways and areas I would never have expected.

God is infinitely rich and He does not need our money. God is more interested in the journey of faith that brings us to the end rather than the outcome itself. With each year of pledging, I become more convinced that I am but a steward of the blessings God has given me and the question I face every time Unidus pledge comes around is always the same: How much of God’s money should I return to God?

Priscilla Su
Bachelor of Business Management & Bachelor of Arts (UQ)
Uni-Generation UQ2 , St Lucia Afternoon Service

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  • Refreshments
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What's included in your Registration?

  • A cup of freshly brew coffee each day
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  • Refreshments
  • Special demographic sphere sessions for families, working adults, uni students and youth.

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Thursday, 5 July

Registration: 8:30am
Session 1: 9:00am
Break: 10:40am
Session 2: 11:00am
Lunch: 12:00pm
Breakout Sessions: 1:00pm
Free Time: 3:00pm
Dinner: 4:45pm
Session 3: 6:00pm

Friday, 6 July

Session 4: 9:00am
Break: 10:40am
Session 5: 11:00am (demographic spheres)
Lunch: 12:00pm
Breakout Sessions: 1:30pm (optional)
Free Time: 2:45pm
Dinner: 4:45pm
Session 6: 6:00pm (Missions)

Saturday, 7 July

Session 7: 9:00am
Break: 10:40am
Session 8: 11:20am
Closing: 12:05pm
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Breakout & Demographics Spheres

Day 1 / Breakout Topics

/ Parenting Children with Challenging Behaviour

/ Enjoying Parenting Babies

/ Handling Peer Pressure

/ Sharing Hope in Crisis

/ Speaking Truth in Love in light of Same-Sex Marriage

/ Apologetics

/ Simplify Your Life for the Gospel

/ Discipling Millennnials

Day 2 / Demographic Spheres

/ Family - Getting Real about Marriage

/ Working Adults - The Ministry of Work

/ Students - Missions at Tough Places

/ Youth - Ready to Soar at your Next Life Station

Day 2 / Breakout Topics (Optional)

/ I want to communicate God's Word to others in a helpful way

/ I want to finance God's kingdom (working adults)

/ I want to raise godly children (families)

/ I want to help someone out of addiction

/ I want to reach communities

/ I want to reach out to my colleagues (working adults)

/ I want to reach out through creative medium

/ I want to reach out to my parents/siblings.

This session is to provide the avenue for people who are passionate about living out love on a particular frontline, to come together and exchange practical ideas of doing it personally or together.

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Rev. D. Ravi Sundar is a leader with zeal, committed to God-given vision and founded Shalom Church in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India in the year 2001. Pastor Ravi is a well-known and well-respected preacher who has traveled to over 16 nations declaring the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ in Churches, sharing principles of leadership at Seminars, encouraging pastors conducting prayer drives and planted 76 churches across the countries Sri Lanka, Fiji and Philippines.

A shepherd at heart, he identifies and understands the challenges of pastoral ministry and makes every effort to uplift pastors and their families. He strongly believes that Church must make an impact on society. The ministry of Pastor Ravi reaches to thousands of people across India and his messages are a blessing to the sick, the brokenhearted and to those who are helpless.


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Pastor Simon Eng graduated as a Civil Engineer from Melbourne, Australia. In 1992, together with a team, they pioneered Hope Kuching and the church has successfully produced many leaders and pioneers to this day. In 2001, Pastor Simon and family moved back to Kuala Lumpur to be the Senior Pastor of Hope Kuala Lumpur. Pastor Simon is currently also the President of Hope International Ministries. He travels extensively to minister to various regional churches of Hope. He loves to build God’s people and is actively serving to fulfill God’s Great Commission.

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Pastor Wilson Lim is the founding and senior pastor for Hope Church in Brisbane and also serves as an Elder with Hope International Ministries. He was a former research scientist with CSIRO. Pastor Wilson also serves on the Board of a community services organization, Australian Care and Trauma Services (ACTS) and previously on an interdenominational Bible college. He is recognised for his balanced, in-depth teaching and engaging-style of expository preaching. His passion is teaching, equipping leaders and building the church.  He travels extensively to minister to HIM churches in different parts of the world.