Knoxville, TN (Dec. 10, 2018) — Messiah’s Call is excited to announce that Joseph Offenberger of Liberty, SC, will soon join the group, filling the baritone position. Joseph will replace Caleb Kelley, who held the position from 2016 to 2018.
Joseph sang lead with The Skyline Boys Quartet and most recently, The Port City Quartet. He also launched a solo ministry in 2017 and has recorded two solo projects. He is excited about the future and the doors that God continues to open.
“We are thrilled to have Joseph join the group,” says Jack Allen, owner and manager of Messiah’s Call. “During our time together, I can already see that he shares the vision that Corky [Long] and I have for Messiah’s Call. We look forward to the path God has set before us and we will begin that journey on January 13th when our 2019 tour begins.”
Joseph and his wife Kama live in Liberty, South Carolina, and are blessed with four children: Johnathan, Kaydin, Kara, and Maggie. When not on the road, Joseph enjoys spending time with his family, cooking, and chasing a toddler around the house.
He is excited and humbled at the opportunity to join such a talented and nationally charting group. “It has been a pleasure getting to know Jack and Corky and I am truly impressed by the team environment they have created,” Joseph shares. “They welcomed me as family and I look forward to a promising future with Messiah’s Call.”
This talented mixed trio was founded in 2014 by owner Jack Allen, who began his career in 2002 when he and his brother Scott formed Greater Faith Quartet. Messiah’s Call’s current radio single, “By the Touch of Your Hand,” from their album entitled Every Last One, is currently climbing the charts.
Messiah’s Call will be back in the studio in 2019 working on a brand-new album with Chapel Valley.