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Redeemed Quartet Preaches The Gospel To Millions Through Their Music

“A sermon certainly can reach people, but we’ve found that a song also can open up people’s hearts to the Gospel."

Redeemed Quartet Preaches The Gospel To Millions Through Their Music
Redeemed Quartet Preaches The Gospel To Millions Through Their Music

Redeemed Quartet preaches the Gospel to millions through their wonderful music.

Redeemed Quartet

The Redeemed Quartet from Goshen, Indiana has been reaching millions of people with the Gospel their wonderful music. The ministry includes four young men, ages 23 and 25.

“A sermon certainly can reach people, but we’ve found that a song also can open up people’s hearts to the Gospel,” Ben Duncan said.

They accidentally started the group six years ago, but they believe that it was the Lord who called them to this ministry. Ben, 25, and his brother Nate, 23, teamed up with Caleb, 25, and his brother Josh Koble, 23, to form the quartet.

“We grew up listening to that style of singing,” Caleb said. Ben added, “gospel or country quartet is pretty much where you’re going to hear four-part male harmony the most, and that’s something we specialize in.”

Southern Gospel songs

Today, the quartet’s YouTube channel has almost 5.8 million views. They often wear cowboy boots while they sing hymns and Southern Gospel songs.

Ben and Caleb are baritones, Nate is a tenor, and Josh performs as the bass. They first started their career with an invitation to perform for a pastor’s wife who heard them sing at an open mic night.

“We were scared half to death,” Ben Duncan recalled. “We did all of eight songs at the concert.”

Ministry

The four young men sign as a ministry and are not considering it a full-time job. Since 2014, they have released three albums, “My Best Friend,” “Final Invitation,” and “A Rose Among Thorns”. “Timeless Classics” is their upcoming album features classic hymns and songs.

Redeemed Quartet has always centered its performance on the Scripture. They have also been spreading the message of Jesus Christ.

“Everything is changing so much now. It’s so uncertain, and we’ve got to keep going back to the Word,” Nate said.

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Reference: The Christian Post 

 

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