Same-Sex Marriage Plebiscite

As has been announced last week, the ‘Yes” vote has gained the majority with 61.6%. Currently, a bill is before the government on redefining marriage to be inclusive of same-gender. The level of protection provided for churches and ministers of religions...

Unidus & Beyond Closing 2017

This is it! Unidus & Beyond fund-raising campaign has reached its conclusion. As of 16th November, we have raised $318,296. If there are any other last bits of contributions to be done, please do it very soon. I want to take this opportunity to thank every...

Inala Fire Incident Report

On 25th August, up to 15 shops have reportedly been destroyed after a blaze tore through the Inala Civic Centre in the early morning. Many individuals and families were facing hardship due to losing their jobs from the fire incident. As the community-arm...

Have You Heard About The Hub?

The Hub is an initiative driven by our heart and passion to see the working adults develop personally and professionally by inviting subject matter experts to share their knowledge and experience. This initiative intends to provide for the ideal avenue for...

SU Camp Report

We had a vacation day camp with Scripture Union (SU) QLD during the Spring School holidays, from 27th to 29th September. It was a three-day sports camp, with children from Grades 2 to 6 participating. The theme was “Dream Team – Together Everyone Achieves...

Short Term Mission Trips

Every year, life groups in our church organise and send out several short-term missions teams to places locally, nationally and internationally. Hundreds of people in our church have stepped out of their comfort zones in obedience to Jesus' command to "go...

Responding To Prophetic Presbytery: General Comments

Praise God for an incredible weekend with our guest prophets. The words have encouraged, strengthened, adjusted and opened the eyes of many to God’s heart. For some God showed glimpses of an amazing destiny that lies ahead, should they walk in obedience to...

Unidus Maintenance Report: Ideal vs Current

As people have approached us to enquire about the costs in running Unidus Community Centre, we have drawn up this brief report to help us understand the annual costs involved. Facility expenses are considered in 3 categories: Utilities & Services (all...

Unidus & Beyond Closing

We’re so thankful that we belong to a house whose vision is far greater than its resources. Sometimes in the midst of pouring out, giving and serving, tiredness kicks in into our lives and we wonder why there are always more needs than there are finances,...

november, 2017

23nov(nov 23)6:00 pm25(nov 25)2:00 pmHope Leaders ConferenceHLC 2017

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WA, NZ & International

Adults / Youth (13 - 17 years) / Family (2 adults plus kids under 4) - $149


Adults - $179
Youth (13 - 17 years) - $159
Family (2 adults plus kids under 4) - $179

What's included in your Registration?

  • A cup of freshly brew coffee each day
  • All meals provided (3 lunches & 2 dinners)
  • Refreshments
  • Special demographic sphere sessions for families, working adults, uni students and youth.

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$109 (ends 30 November)

Adults / Youth / Family (2 adults plus kids under 4)

What's included in your Registration?

  • A cup of freshly brew coffee each day
  • All meals provided (3 lunches & 2 dinners)
  • Refreshments
  • Special demographic sphere sessions for families, working adults, uni students and youth.

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$15 (without meal)
$55 (with 3 lunches and 2 dinners)

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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
Lunch: 12:20pm

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Interstate Delegates

Please book your flights to leave Brisbane after 5pm.

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10 + 6 =

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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.