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Benefits of Doing an Epic Internship

by Natalie Truong on February 8, 2018

I feel like we are constantly thinking of the pros and cons to many things in life, in whatever situation we are in. Even if you aren’t, I’d encourage you to start. “What’s next?” is always a question you get asked as you leave or enter into your last year of college. I remember this […]

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Barrier to Missions (Part 3) – Career Suicide

by Glennis Shih on January 27, 2018

The following blog posts were adapted from a seminar I (Glennis Shih) gave at the Epic East Coast Conference in 2012. Please pass it along to others who may be struggling about investing a year on full-time mission. This is part 3 of a 3 part series. You want to take a year to go […]

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Barrier to Missions (Part 2) – Support Raising

by Glennis Shih on January 26, 2018

The following blog posts were adapted from a seminar I (Glennis Shih) gave at the Epic East Coast Conference in 2012. Please pass it along to others who may be struggling about investing a year on full-time mission. This is part 2 of a 3 part series. You want to take a year to go […]

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Barrier to Missions (Part 1) – Parental Disapproval

by Glennis Shih on January 25, 2018

The following blog posts were adapted from a seminar I gave at the Epic East Coast Conference in 2012. Please pass it along to others who may be struggling about investing a year on full-time mission. This is part 1 of a 3 part series. You want to take a year to go on missions […]

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Care in Epic

by TJ Poon on January 9, 2018

One of the things that I’ve heard newcomers notice and remark on about the community in Epic is the level of care we have toward one another. With stated leadership values such as, “emotional maturity and holistic transformation” as well as “servant leadership,” it’s clear that we value the whole person and want there to […]

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How to Coach People Well

by Jason Poon on December 11, 2017

I’ve had a myriad of soccer coaches growing up; some excellent, some clearly there just for the paycheck. One of the worst soccer coaches I had was in high school, where John was a former school athletic star. John lettered in three sports (football, soccer and baseball), and started on all those varsity teams as […]

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What is the P&C Team?

by Janie Henry on December 7, 2017

What is the most important resource in Epic? Our people. Our people make us who we are. Where people are concerned, we want to take very seriously our responsibility to meet the needs of our staff – emotionally, spiritually and physically in the context of healthy growth and adulthood. We on the Epic P&C team […]

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How to Supervise Someone in Their Position Focus

by Jason Poon on November 13, 2017

I remember meeting a gentleman during my initial MPD as a new staff with Epic. He had wild curly hair like Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) from Back to the Future. Except his was a dark brown, rather than a faded white. As I interacted with his children, I noticed a pull up bar and […]

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A Caring Community is an Accountable Community

by Tom Virtue on October 23, 2017

Would you be offended if I told you that “you love darkness more than light because your deeds are evil?” That’s what Jesus said about us (Jn 3:19) before we experienced new birth and became a whole new person in God’s sight.  I think in principle it’s still true of us. Here’s an example. What […]

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Grasping the Gospel

by Epic Movement on September 26, 2014

Coming into Hawaii Summer Project, I knew that I would be taking a big leap of faith, trusting that God would provide and mold me in any way that He desired. I expected my experience to be one of tremendous personal growth, new friendships, and an opportunity to see God’s work on the island. What […]

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