Meet Eternity

You will enjoy the up-beat, gospel quartet harmony sounds of Eternity.  In the style of
the Oak Ridge Boys, Statler Brothers, Gaither Vocal Band and Signature Sound
Quartet, this energetic foursome features a rich blend of four-part quartet singing and a
positive, family-friendly stage show.

Eternity has a passion for people, and enjoys building a playful rapport with the
audience, while delivering rock-solid harmonies in their updated version of that great
gospel quartet sound.

“People from ages 8-80 enjoy this kind of music,” says Eternity. “We have two goals for
our shows:  Everyone must leave with the biggest possible smile on their face, and a
stronger commitment to God's plans and purpose for their life.”  

Check out our schedule and plan to see us soon!

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Gospel Quartet Harmony
Eternity Makes First-Ever Branson Appearance
Spoken 4 Quartet Invites Group to Join Them

Eternity made its first-ever appearance in Branson, Missouri this June,  
thanks to our good friends, the-Branson-based Spoken 4 Quartet.  As most
of you know, Branson continues to grow into one of the most popular tourist
destinations for Gospel and Country music fans.   

Spoken 4 and Eternity performed a joint concert on Sunday, June 15, along
with special acts, Chuck Crain of Presley's Theater in Branson, and Sandra
Fairchild, former  Blackwoods singer.  Eternity also performed their own
concert at a local Branson church on Sunday morning.  We'll update our
photo page soon with pictures from the trip.

Picture:  Both groups pose together after joint concert on Sunday night
Booth Brothers Concert  a
Huge Success

Eternity opens for Southern Gospel's         
Vocal Group of the Year

About half-way through Eternity's final song of the opening
set, the near sell-out crowd at the Hamilton Fine Arts Center
came to their feet as The Booth Brothers joined the quartet for
a big finish to the song and a rousing start to their featured
portion of the show.

The Booth Brothers invited Eternity back on stage to open the
second set and the two groups blended seven voices for a
stirring rendition of "He Saw it All."

The Nashville-based Booth Brothers arrived in Wisconsin
fresh off a very successful National Quartet Convention. They
won six "Singing News Magazine" awards for:  Act of the Year,
Trio of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Lead
Singer of the Year and Tenor Singer of the Year.

Their performance was truly a blessing!
Concert Photos Page
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Eternity returned to Kentucky --Nathan's homeland -- for a mini-tour.  The group headed out early Friday morning (3 a.m.) to the Lexington area for a Friday night concert at
Woodford Community Christian Church.  On Saturday night, they appeared in Ashland at Rose Hill Baptist Church.  On Sunday, Eternity sang at Unity Baptist Church, also
in Ashland.  The pictures above were taken by Nathan's good childhood friend, Duane Hughes.  The shot with the children took place when the group sang "A Few Good
Men."  The children were from the church school.  The concerts on Friday and Saturday night were benefits for the schools affiliated with the churches.  Eternity wants to
thank Mom and Dad Boyd, and Wayne and Mary Boyd  for their wonderful hospitality during the visit.
Kentucky Trip a Success
Successful Concerts in Sheboygan
Create Lasting Memories

Eternity had the privilege of performing with the popular Men of Harmony to close out
their Gospel Music Wisconsin Concert Series for 2009-20010. We snapped this picture
on the left before the show.  We were pretty excited to see our name actually up in lights.

The concerts were held at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts at the
historic Sheboygan Theatre.  Big crowds turned out for both shows.  What a blessing to
sing in this beautiful place.  The acoustics were amazing.  The response from the
audiences was terrific.  It was a tremendous day of singing God's praise.  A highlight
was a joint number we did with the Men of Harmony.  There's nothing like 30-men
singing a four-part harmony version of Amazing Grace!

We just want to say a special thank you to the Men of Harmony for bringing us in.  This
will be an experience we treasure for many years.
Benefit Concert for Maggie
Raises $5,500

What a special night.  An overflow crowd spilled from the
church into the fellowship hall, coming together as the
community of faith to support Maggie and her Mom, Sue
and Dad, Kurt.  The benefit concert and bake sale raised
about $5,500 for Maggie's medical expenses.

Just days before the concert, Maggie had to be
re-admitted to the hospital with an infection.  So, she
wasn't able to make it in person.  But, thanks to "Skype"
and coordination with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin,
she joined via the big screen in the church.  The crowd
was awed by her spirit and her optimism.  She even sang
and danced along with songs.  

Eternity considers itself blessed to have been part of such
a spirit-filled event.  Thank you to our friends and
community for your outreach.  Our prayers are now
focused on Maggie's complete healing and recovery.
Thank you friends and neighbors and
Stony Hills Presbyterian Church in Germantown
Eternity helps raise more than $175,000

Eternity has had the privilege of singing for many great causes over the past 10 years. We estimate
those concerts have raised more than $175,000 for worthy charities.  These include: Harvesters
Reaching the Nations, Simple Hope,  Kenya Well Project, Hunger Task Force, Habitat for Humanity,
Relay for Life, Hope House, Wisconsin Independent Life College, Children's Hospital, Laundry Love
Project, Genesis Bible Church, Youth for Christ, Forward in Faith, World Vision, Kiel Kiwanis, Fond
du Lac Food Pantry, Fond du Lac Christian School, Appleton Christian School, Woodford Community
Christian School, Safe Haven for domestic abuse victims, as well youth sports programs and
countless other great causes.  It's great to partner with churches and charities to create an event that
both shares God's Word through Gospel music, and benefits worthy causes!  
Over $5,200 Raised to
Buy Van for Genesis
Inner City Church

Our home church, CrossWay Church in Germantown, partnered with Eternity to help
raise $5,200 to buy a van for the Genesis Bible Church in Milwaukee.  Our good
friends, Pastor Andy and Ralene Challinor have started a brand new church in the
inner city of Milwaukee reaching into the local neighborhoods with the good news of

They needed a van to help drive people to and from the church who had no other
means of transportation. This includes a special outreach to local children whose
are choosing to come to church even without their parents.

Thank you to our fellow CrossWay friends who turned out and gave so generously
to make this happen.  Remember you can also help Genesis by supporting their
Saturday evening services.  Contact Andy and Ralene through their website at or call (262)-271-3928.
Promotional Video (Click on image above)
Launch Concert Raises $5,500 for Mission

Wow.  More than 500 people filled CrossWay Church to help raise funds for global
missions and help Eternity launch its newest CD Project --
I Feel Good.  The concert
included a few surprises, including solos by Nathan's oldest son, Ashton who has his
own CD of original songs, and Tim's youngest daughter, Hope who sang the popular
song, "Alive."  Eternity was also happy to feature their good friend, Bill Farrow, a
singer-songwriter from their church, along with the CrossWay Worship Band.

This is the fifth CD project for Eternity.  It includes five brand new songs, and five concert
favorites that people have requested and are no longer available on older, discontinued
CDs.  "We've been singing some of these new songs at our shows and people have
been asking for the recording, so we are happy to be able to finally provide them on a
CD," says Tim Riesterer, the group's tenor and emcee.  "The other songs are back by
popular demand because we are performing at a lot of new locations and people are
asking for some of the songs on our older CDs that we no longer produce.

"We are hoping this CD satisfies both our new friends and the folks who have listened
to us for years.  Of course, the re-recorded songs have been updated to the way we do
them in our shows.  For example, the version of "He Touched Me" on this CD will be
delivered acappella, along with the "How Great Thou Art" chorus we've tagged at the
end," Tim added.

The new songs on this CD include the concert opening song,
I Feel Good, the popular
island-sounding song called
Build an Ark, the upbeat, feel-good song Better Days, the
patriotic favorite called
In God We Still Trust, and the fast-moving acappella song Swing
Down Sweet Chariot

Annual Missions Concert Raises $5,000

About 500 people filled our home church, CrossWay Church in Germantown, to raise money for one of
the most powerful missions works we know --
Harvesters Reaching the Nations in South Sudan, Africa.
We were joined by our friends, The Burie Family, a bluegrass gospel band from New Berlin, WI.  Eternity
is thankful for everyone's support

Eternity Announces Last Concerts

After more than 10 years of singing together, sharing God’s truth, and raising money for worthy causes, the guys from
Eternity are announcing that the group will stop regular concerts at the end of May 2014. After much prayer and
consideration, we have agreed it's time to move on to the next ministry chapter in our respective lives.

Please come out and see us one more time this Spring! There are five remaining concerts on our schedule. We look
forward to seeing as many of our great friends as possible during the remaining shows.

Eternity wishes to thank all of the churches, civic organizations and various groups that have hosted us over the years.
Thanks for believing in the ministry and partnering with us to help with your wonderful causes.

We would especially like to thank our wives and children for allowing us to be away from home on weekends doing God’s
good work all these years – your love, support and patience is what sustains us!

Thank you to Mark and Diane Fechter for giving us such an early boost into ministry with the Lighthouse Concert Series.
Thank you to the Halos of Hope Relay for Life Team, especially Dad and Mary, and Uncle Tom and Aunt Carol for
creating our first public performance opportunity and then being with us for the next 10 years!

Thank you SteveO (Cox) our producer for helping us create CDs that will continue to bless our fans after our retirement.
And, thanks Tom and Vera for being so faithful and dependable in handling our product sales show after show.

There are too many regular attenders at our concerts to thank, and we don't want to leave anyone out. Please know that
you have a permanent place in our hearts. We are blessed to know all of you… and call you friends. You have made our
lives richer. We love you all!

Most of all, we want to thank God our Savior for using us, even if only in a small way, to share the good news of Jesus
through our music and live concerts over the past ten years.

Please note: We are still planning to hold our annual Missions Concert at our home church (CrossWay Church in
Germantown) in the Fall of 2014 and hopefully an annual return after that. Once plans are finalized for that concert, we
will communicate that information.

To God Be the Glory!
Nathan, Rick, Scott and Tim