Seminar

Asian American History and Christian Faith seminar by Professor Daniel Lee.
PPT || VIDEO

Bonus: Asian American Quadrilateral (AAQ) from Prof Daniel Lee’s Asian American Identity and Ministry class

Conference Photos

Photographer: Randy Jo
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Website: Randy Jo Photography

Conference Recap Video 

Videographer: David Eng
IG: @_davideng
Creative One Media

You’ve heard from the Epic Movement’s international partners (Southeast Asia, East Asia, and Japan) and our stateside summer location (Wildwood) at conference. Please continue to pray for our friends who are serving and working overseas.

Thinking about partnering with our friends for a time? You can! Apply to go this summer or intern with Epic with the links below.

We collectively helped raise over $11,000 to help the efforts of Filterofhope.org and Everycampus.com.  Thank you for prayerfully giving your resources and supporting two great causes.  If you’d like get involved or support the organizations, you can do so by clicking on the links above.  

Worship Set List

Exhibitors

With a sharp focus on reaching East Asia’s unreached people, OMF remains true to a relentless vision birthed more than 150 years ago. As James Hudson Taylor walked along Brighton Beach, wrestling with God, pleading for lost souls in China, God honored that prayer and a few months later the China Inland Mission was born. This experience changed Taylor and he devoted his life to planting biblical church movements in every region of East Asia. Hudson Taylor’s dream continues, reaching beyond the shores of England, spreading across East Asia and eventually finding its way to the United States. Over the years, that vision has expanded to include East Asia’s peoples wherever they are, including refugees, immigrants, professionals and international students.
Contact: alice.ho@omfmail.com, David.Ho@omfmail.com
We love teenagers and want to connect them to Jesus Christ. Since 1967, we have been reaching out to teenagers across America and around the world. Our team is made up of full-time and part-time staff members, interns and volunteers who join hands with parents, educators, churches and community leaders. We help students and equip them to make a positive and eternal difference.
Contact: yaneth.diaz@cru.org
We love teenagers and want to connect them to Jesus Christ. Since 1967, we have been reaching out to teenagers across America and around the world. Our team is made up of full-time and part-time staff members, interns and volunteers who join hands with parents, educators, churches and community leaders. We help students and equip them to make a positive and eternal difference.

For Inner City Missions, contact: hannah.sullivan@cru.org
The Performing Artist Team is the music ministry of Cru. We utilize the disarming and unifying power of music for the sake of the gospel. Taking the narrative of humanity, found in so many songs and other art forms, we play those to create a bridge to the narrative of redemption. We articulate this redemptive narrative through our own testimonies to demonstrate how the gospel transforms lives. We do this for the sake of precious image bearers being added to the kingdom, as well as to mobilize other missional artists to help fulfill the Great Commission.
Contact: claire.sayers@cru.org, alexandra.mccarthy@cru.org
How do we allow the gospel to permeate and transform every aspect of who we are? Students at Fuller’s Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry—or Asian American Center (AAC)—are equipped with a contextualized gospel that enables them to more wisely and fruitfully lead as an Asian American or in Asian American contexts. In a seminary environment of unmatched global diversity and academic resources, students learn to integrate biblical truth deeply with the complexities of the Asian American experience, identity, community, and mission.
Contact: danieldlee@fuller.edu, jasonchu@fuller.edu