The Couriers began in 1953 as a small group of amateurs attending Bible school in Springfield, Missouri. They started singing in area churches under the name "Couriers," which means "messengers." By 1958 the group chose Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, as a base and began ministering on the radio and in churches in the northeast. The group soon became recognized in gospel music circles, and they began recording albums. Operating first as a quartet and later as a trio, the Couriers are celebrating five decades of music ministry as three of the long-time members, Dave, Duane, and Neil continue to travel and minister in song.

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