Walking on Water

East Coast Epic Leadership Conference

Students empowered in their relationship with God to take bold steps of faith as they seek to serve and lead others with Jesus.

The 3-day leadership conference is filled with speakers, worship, discussion groups, fun activities, and spiritual reflection. The content will focus on how God invites us to take bold steps of faith and how he can do the impossible through us. 

You will experience an opportunity to reflect on your own emotional and spiritual well-being, engage with others in fellowship and discussion, and discover where God is leading you next.


Friday Night Session 1

Enoch Liao

Saturday Morning Session 2

Enoch Liao

Saturday Night Session 3

Enoch Liao

Sunday Morning Session 4

Margaret Yu

Epic Greater

National Epic Movement Student Conference!
Houston, TX
Dec 27th-31st, 2019
27th -- 4pm Registration
31st -- Depart anytime



Spruce Lake Retreat Center
5389 PA-447, Canadensis, PA 18325


Arrival Date
Registration Time: 5-7pm
Cedar Hall - it is the bottom floor of Homestead

Departure Date
1pm (after lunch)

What to Bring

Bible and Pen


Early bird
Register by Friday, Nov. 30, 11:59pm
Students: $99*
Alumni: $179
Register by Friday, Jan. 4, 11:59pm
Students: $119*
Alumni: $199
Late or Walk-on
Students: $169
Alumni: $219

Cost includes housing and all meals on Saturday, breakfast and lunch on Sunday.
*with promo code "EPIC50"

Highlight Speakers

Enoch Liao

Pastor Enoch currently serves at Boston Chinese Evangelical Church (BCEC) in both their inner city and suburban campuses. He is married to Karen and they have 3 sons at home and 1 daughter who has passed on. Enoch received his education from UCLA and Talbot School of Theology in California, where both he and Karen grew up. They live in Medford, MA since coming to BCEC in 2001.

Margaret Yu

Margaret Yu is the National Director of Epic Movement, the Asian American ministry of Cru and the Executive Director of Ethnic Focused Communities of Cru (Besides leading Epic, she supervises Hispanic, Native American, and Korean American Ministries of Cru.) Margaret has served with Cru’s Campus Ministry for over 30 years. Her campus experiences span the globe from Milwaukee to Berkeley, to East Asia to Uzbekistan or to Los Angeles where she currently resides. Margaret loves college students. Her passion is to see God form many more culturally competent leaders for the kingdom of God. (Hence, she holds a Master's Degree in Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary.) Her interests include mentorship or leadership development, talking shop about the NBA, and being at the beach. You can follow Margaret on Twitter: @CCCEpicMargaret