What can God do with Asian American movements mobilized to take their place in His redemptive mission? Come join movements of Asian Americans from all over the nation for the 1st ever National Epic Conference in December of 2019.
Margaret has enjoyed walking through life and ministry with college students and staff for about thirty years from Uzbekistan to Milwaukee and other places. From her training through the Masters in Global Leadership degree, she seeks to help develop the next generation of Asian and Ethnic American leaders through Epic and Cru. In her spare time, she loves frequenting coffee shops with friends, relaxing on the beach and talking about leadership lessons from watching NBA teams compete. Margaret lives in Southern California with her family.
Vivian Mabuni is a national speaker and author with a passion to disciple leaders who will love God and influence the college campus, families, communities, and the world to help spread the flourishing of God's kingdom in every place. A graduate from the University of Colorado with a degree in Marketing, Vivian is currently working on her MA in Bible Exposition at Talbot Seminary. With 30 years serving on staff with Cru, Viv loves teaching about the Bible and practical application to ministry and life. Author of "Warrior In Pink" and "Open Hands, Willing Heart," and host of the brand new podcast "Someday Is Here," Viv loves drinking coffee with her husband of 28 years, Darrin, and marveling at their three young adult kids. Connect with her on Instagram/Twitter @vivmabuni or on her website www.vivianmabuni.com
Hung and his family fled from war torn South Vietnam in 1975 and came to the United States and was sponsored by a local Church in Chattanooga, TN. He and his wife Angela have been married for 23 years and have three children, Caleb, Brooke, and Jericho. They have served with Cru for the past 20 years and Hung currently serves as the Team Leader for Cru's High School ministry in Los Angeles.
They are committed to reaching students in some of the most under served areas of LA. They primarily work in the inner city of Long Beach, Compton, and the Buddhist Vietnamese areas (only 1.8% Christian) of Garden Grove and Fountain Valley, CA. Their passion is to help bring the love and truth of Jesus to teenagers around their city and the world. Their family embraces the messiness of ministry and loves sharing life with the staff, college students, and teens in which they have privilege of serving and leading.
Growing up in the inner city, Jose Rodriguez was faced with many of the same challenges that students are faced with today. Impacted by his environment he made some poor choices. He joined a gang, got arrested for stealing cars, and even was suspended from school pretty regularly. His story is one that many can relate to today but it is a story of a complete turnaround.
Jose now is the founder and CEO of Rescue a Generation Inc., a non-profi t that focuses on reaching students who are struggling in school due to behavior, suspensions, and family issues. He is a well sought out motivational speaker who speaks to students in a variety of venues across the nation. His passion for young people, authenticity, and boldness gives him the tools to effectively rescue this generation.
High School Track
Discover a community of Asian American teenagers who are wrestling with the same things you are.
Engage with Biblical wisdom for parents and have a chance to learn more about Epic and meet leaders of the ministry.
Alumni (Legacy) Track
Be equipped and find encouragement for life after graduation alongside others in the same place.
Church Leader Track
Get tools, training, and support to best serve your church and help college students and their parents.