Jordan Cragun leaves Liberty Quartet

Liberty Quartet has announced the resignation of baritone singer Jordan Cragun, effective Sunday, January 20th. Jordan, nephew of Kim Collingsworth, will be starting a music ministry with his wife, Elena. In the press release, Jordan commented: “I believe with all my heart that God brought Liberty to where it is today, and will lead them to even greater heights in the future.”

Liberty Quartet will be announcing their new baritone singer “in the near future.”

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  1. I’m so sad to hear this!

  2. This is definitely not the best news I have heard today. 🙁 However, as the title song of Liberty’s next-to-most-recent album states, “God’s Been Faithful”. That has sort of been the group’s theme song through the changes and challenges of the last 15 months, and I know that he will prove to be faithful again! I will hugely miss Jordan and am hoping that he and Elena at least stay in the northwest and will appear at some of the different “events” that occur! They are a fine young couple who serve wholeheartedly the Lord that they love dearly–not to mention their uber-talent! 🙂 Am looking forward to what the Lord has for them, also!