Pastor W. Christopher King

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Pastor W. Christopher King

Pastor W. Christopher King (Chris) is an Engineering Craftsman assigned to the 460th Civil Engineer Squadron at Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado. Sergeant King was born in 1985,
South Carolina and enlisted in the Air Force in May 2006. He currently serves as a Non- Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) for the 460th Civil Engineer Squadron overseeing over 35 construction projects worth $19.5M in support of sustaining a $3.8B base infrastructure supporting 92 joint missions. Chris is married to his lovely wife, Nita, and has 5 amazing children, Aluxia, Emma, Bethany,
Marissa, Isaac. He has birthed a military outreach at his two previous churches. The most current outreach services over 591 people. His military awards include the Army Commendation
Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, Air Force Good Conduct Medal; 2 oak leaf clusters, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign, Global War on Terrorism Service
Medal, and NATO Non-Article 5 Service Medal. Chris served as United States Air Force Honor Guard Ceremonial Guardsman at Bolling AFB, Washington D.C. under President Bush and
Present Obama. Chris has earned an Associate’s of Science Degree in Technology from Community College of the Air Force and is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in
Religious and Biblical Studies under a Theological Cognate. He is also a published author of ten books. He was ordained as a Pastor in August 2018. Finally, he is also the recipient of the 2019
Citation Award from AWANA International. Bringing leadership traits from a military background, precision, passion, and devotion drives his desire to see this church succeed. He is currently still active duty in the Air Force and desires to go into full- time ministry after his retirement from the military. His passion is God first, family, then country. Pastor Chris strives to see as many as he can come to a saving knowledge of Christ and brings those traits into anything he does. Everything he accomplishes is to reach the lost for Christ.