Movements & Outreach


Cru – Multiethnic and Contextualized Ministry

Cru desires to reach every person with the gospel of Jesus Christ, in ways that reflect God and honor people.  We in Cru and Epic Movement recognize that we will not realize this vision (Revelation 7:9) unless we (1) become a more effective multi-ethnic ministry, and (2) continue to build effective contextualized ministries focused on […]

Epic’s Values, Desires, & Expectations in Evangelism

How does Epic Movement view evangelism?  This article by members of Epic’s Field Ministry & Leadership Development team members describes some of our values, desires, & expectations in evangelism. You can read the full text of the article below, or you can directly download the pdf here: Epic Evangelism.  Many thanks to Whitney Chen for […]

Being A "Send" Movement

This post is a part of a series by Epic’s Field Ministry & Global Missions teams, describing what it means to be Epic (a.k.a. to embody the Epic Movement DNA). I remember when I was in college.  So often, my days would be all about me – what classes I needed to take, what friends […]

Taking Initiative and Influencing Others

This post is a part of a series by Epic’s Field Ministry team, describing what it means to be Epic (a.k.a. to embody the Epic Movement DNA). If you’ve been around Epic very long at all we hope that you’ve picked up that what we are motivated to see people who are transformed by Jesus […]

Why Epic Exists (Why We Contextualize)

What is contextualized ministry and why do it? Why does an ethnic ministry like Epic Movement exist? This talk by Adrian Pei on the Epic Leadership Development Team was given at the 2013 Epic staff conference in front of Epic staff, as well as special guests such as Cru president Steve & Judy Douglass. It […]

Epic Stories

What is Epic Stories? Epic Stories is a tool that uses the premise of a scavenger hunt to help create an opportunity to engage in significant stories and spiritual conversation with people we meet. “You are a story” Stories exist everywhere.  We enjoy compelling stories when watching movies, sporting events, viewing art exhibits, and listening […]

"Evangelism Freaks Me Out!" Video Series

Can you imagine introducing yourself to a stranger and having a conversation about religion?  It scares most of us just thinking about it!  Epic Field Ministry Team member Brent Wong shares helpful insights on having spiritual conversations with our families or people we have just met.  The three-part series is below:  

Signs of Identity Exercise

The following exercise is designed to help you discover more about yourself and your own culture through guided interactions in key categories such as: ethnicity, gender, class, friendships, work, family, and more.  This is a great team-building exercise. Use it in large or small groups, on missions projects, or even for outreach events! Download the […]

Rethinking Culture and Mission

This article, “Rethinking Culture and Mission,” is the result of many conversations with many people. In the summer of 2011, Epic Movement’s Leadership Development and Resource team engaged the questions: “What do we really believe about culture? Do our actions and attitudes reveal that we value it, and if so, why? And do we engage […]

A Survey On Surveys!

In this resource for outreach developed by Epic intern Robbyn Klein, students or staff conduct a survey on the perception and effects of initiative evangelism.  This is a great new way to spark honest conversations and build relationships of trust on campus.  Download this resource by clicking here.