Day 4 is composed of four men who passionately share God’s message through song. Our ministry is dedicated to witnessing souls saved, lives transformed, and the Kingdom of God glorified and expanded. The name of our group, Day 4, and the corresponding scripture, John 11:44, are inspired by the powerful story of Lazarus’s death and resurrection.

According to the scripture, when Jesus arrived in Bethany, Martha expressed, “Lord, if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died.” It was four days after Lazarus’s death, a period during which he was dead, buried, and in the grave long enough to dispel any doubt regarding the miracle Jesus was about to perform. On Day 4, Jesus called for Lazarus to emerge from his grave. John 11:44 recounts, “And he that was dead came forth, bound hand and foot with graveclothes: and his face was bound about with a napkin. Jesus saith unto them, Loose him, and let him go.”

While God’s timing may not always align with our desires or expectations, it is consistently perfect. He is in time, on time, every time. Each member of Day 4 believes that, unbeknownst to us, God has been preparing us for this time and this group. Although we may not comprehend His larger plan, He does. We firmly believe there is a purpose, and we feel blessed that He has chosen us.



Jon’s journey into Southern Gospel music commenced in his youth, sparked by his family’s regular attendance at the annual Albert E. Brumley Sundown to Sunup Gospel Sing at Parson’s Rodeo Arena in Springdale, AR. The resonating tunes of groups like The Hinson’s, The Kingsmen, and The Lester Family left an indelible mark on him. Growing passionate about Southern Gospel, Jon’s love for harmonies and vocals, particularly the tenor part in men’s quartets, took root.

A pivotal influence on Jon’s musical odyssey was Jay Parrack and the Gold City Quartet, especially during the Parrack tenure. Reflecting on his fondest configurations, Jon holds a special place for Gold City during those years.

Over the past 15 years, he has been fortunate to share the stage with Day 4’s bass singer, Keith Schneider, in various gospel groups. Having previously crossed paths with Tim and Zach during their stints in other musical endeavors, Jon is now honored to stand alongside them as a member of Day 4.

Outside the stage, Jon and his wife Lisa are active members of Diamond First Baptist Church, where he contributes his talents to the praise and worship team.


From his early boyhood, Zach’s affinity for Southern Gospel Quartets was unmistakable. Raised on the harmonies of The Kingsmen, Gold City, and others, he harbored a clear vision of his future. Initially aspiring to be a bass singer, Zach’s path took a different turn, and he embarked on his quartet journey with The Missourians, where he held the lead position for over seven years.

Following the birth of his first child with his wife, Keyra, Zach made the heartfelt decision to step away from the touring life, prioritizing precious moments with his growing family. After much contemplation and prayer, Zach sensed God’s calling back into quartet ministry, eventually co-founding Day 4.

Beyond his musical endeavors, Zach is deeply involved in his home church in Neosho, MO, where he actively leads worship on Sunday mornings and serves as the Children’s Pastor. While his love for singing remains strong, it is surpassed only by his unwavering passion for serving the Lord.


With a musical journey spanning over half his life, Tim’s connection to gospel music began at the tender age of 16 while singing in high school. Surprisingly, he kicked off his singing career as a bass (much to Zach’s disbelief), later transitioning between bass and lead before discovering his true calling as a baritone.

Tim’s fervor for sharing the unwavering truths of the gospel through song is evident. His ultimate goal is to utilize his talents to bring people closer to Christ. Currently serving as the worship leader at Carthage First Baptist Church in Carthage, MO, Tim is committed to guiding the congregation in heartfelt worship.

In 2011, Tim tied the knot with his wife, Carrie, and together they’ve embraced the joys of parenthood, raising two children of their own. Recently, their family expanded through the loving act of adoption, welcoming their third child into the fold.


Keith’s roots in Crocker, MO, were firmly planted in a Christian home where the influence of faith and music intertwined. With a father serving as an Elder and a mother playing the piano at church, Keith’s love for music blossomed from an early age. Choir performances and family gatherings consistently featured music, shaping his connection to the harmonies of worship.

Introduced to Southern Gospel Music by his uncle, Ivan Krueger, a bass singer for the Templemen Quartet from Sullivan, MO, Keith’s musical journey took root. Over the span of 30 years, he has lent his resonant voice to various groups, each experience molding him for the eventual calling to join Day 4.

On stage with Day 4, Keith feels a profound sense of humility and honor. Surrounded by a group of talented individuals who share a genuine love for God and a commitment to His will, Keith sees his journey as a culmination of preparation leading him to this impactful moment.