CAMPUS LIFE

Tenth Hour project is located in Southern New Mexico, in the city of Las Cruces. With breathtaking views, this arid desert offers an oasis of serenity. This is the perfect setting for our students to come away from the noise of the world and learn to listen for God's voice. 


The students will share rooms with private entrances and spacious bathrooms. Students will also share a community spaces including lounge, kitchen, and laundry facilities (no charge for the laundry machines). Daily lectures will be held in the open and spacious great room. Outside of class time, the outdoor spaces will be well loved by students as they find a quiet place to read, pray, relax or enjoy an awe-inspiring sunset or an evening of stargazing. We have been purposeful to foster a sense of community and fellowship; we desire to see students spend time in spontaneous worship and corporate prayer. 


Days off from school can be spent in town. Las Cruces, "The City of the Crosses," is the second largest city in New Mexico, but with a population of less than 105,000, it still has a small town feel. Known for its friendliness, this town is the home of New Mexico State University. It is also a very large retirement community, bringing an age-diversity to this already culturally diverse area. 

During the first three months, there are many adventures to be had as we spend days exploring the surrounding area together, including: hiking the trails and exploring the ruins found in our own back yard, the Organ Mountains, sledding the dunes of White Sands National Monument, navigating the depths of Carlsbad Caverns, and many other great day-trips.