What does it look like to answer God's call to 'GO' as a Christian in Japan and as a student in TCU? Summer mission trips in TCU are a tradition designed to help us live out our faith, go into communities throughout Japan, reach out, impart lives, create bonds, hear the voice of God more … Continue reading Summer Mission trips 2018 (KAKIDEN!)
Being able to get away from the daily pressures of campus life and to have time away with mates was undeniably a refreshing experience. Yamanashi-ken gave us so many things to enjoy. The breathtaking view of mt. Fuji from Evergreen hotel, the hotel staff's hospitality, adventures in the woods, fastest roller coasters at FujiQ, paranomic … Continue reading Spring retreat （２０１８） at Yamanashi 県
All international students at TCU, with exception of those who are already competent in Japanese, are required to take six Japanese courses, or eighteen credits, over the course of their first two years studying at TCU. I happen to be in the intermediate level of Japanese with the second year ACTS-ES students. We are currently … Continue reading “Learning 日本語(Japanese)”: Andrew’s Experience
Meet Kyle, graduating summer 2018. He shares some of his best moments in TCU. His advice to prospective students: "Lower your expectations and live life day by day"
“a wise man will climb Mt. Fuji once, a fool will climb it again.” Testimony by Moriah Miller Near the beginning of the semester, many of the EAIs* and some other friends climbed Mt. Fuji, and man, was it an incredible experience. Afterwards, I was reading in Matthew, and the trip gave me a new perspective … Continue reading TCU short-term students’ experiences in Japan: Mt Fuji testimony.
Summer is a good time to get a fresh perspective on the world around you. For us as a community, we take it as a time to explore, connect and learn about activities that surround our mission here in Japan and home. This summer, different groups of international students, currently studying at TCU, embarked on … Continue reading Summer of 2017
A quick glance at the TCU international community