Biblical Citizenship Coaching

By Chris and Bobbie Jo King    9-25-2023

Hi everyone, let me introduce myself. My name is Chris and my wife’s name is BobbieJo. We have accepted the invite to write a monthly column for 4Tucson readers relating to biblical citizenship or the U.S. Constitution. My wife and I have been constitution coaches for almost 2 years now after attending our first Biblical Citizenship class through the Patriot Academy. Boy, what a difference it has made in our own lives and in the lives of others. From our children and grandchildren to our friends and neighbors, we don’t hesitate to talk about the things we’ve learned and now teach as coaches. Based on the fact that America was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, and therefore is a Christian nation, this feels to us as if we’re spreading the gospel of America just as we share our faith. Over the next few months, we will be coming to you with articles which have a historical relation to the month’s holidays, as they relate to faith and the founding fathers. September is Constitution Month and Constitution Day is September 17th.

Our Constitution is the supreme law of the land but is still subservient to the laws of nature and nature’s God. There are many things which our founding fathers believed need to be upheld today as American citizens. The question is where to start.

Let us start with our foundation as a nation. When the Pilgrims, a.k.a. Separatists, came here on the Mayflower in 1620, they forged the Mayflower Compact which proclaimed their faith in God and to one another. This document would set the stage for the drafting of many documents and the formation of the governments we know today.

If you would like to know more about the biblical history of our nation, please visit and join any of the coaches seeking to restore our nation to its Godly heritage.

Chris and Bobbie Jo King

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Chris and Bobbie Jo King are Independent Constitution Coaches and retired US Air Force Master Sergeants. They have lived in Tucson for almost 20 years and have served in various capacities since retiring. Training the next generation in Constitutional history has become their latest focus.