Larry & Addie
Larry and Addie Garman are retired global missionaries with the Church of the Nazarene. They served in Peru in 1964 and served in that country for 45 years.
Larry was born in Springfield, Ohio. He received a BA
degree from Point Loma Nazarene University and a DC degree
from the Los Angeles Chiropractic College. He studied at Biola School of Missionary Medicine in La Mirada, California, in the areas of tropical medicine and dispensary.
Addie also attended Point Loma Nazarene University where she taught Old Testament, music, Christian education, bookkeeping, and drama. She started women’s ministries in several areas and pastored two local churches where she was heavily involved in caring for
Work and Witness teams.
The Garmans arrived in Peru after a year of language study in Mexico. Their responsibilities included clinical work, as well as the development of the Aguaruna Indian’s work in the formation of the Bible School and the Amazon District.
The Garmans have four grown children:
Guy, Gregory, Candace, and Timothy.
The Craguns are a dynamic, family group, comprised of husband and wife, Jordan and Elena Cragun, Ray Cragun and Savannah Cragun.
Ray was a pastor for over 25 years, but in 2013 God led the family together, to embark on this musical journey. Since that time, The Craguns have become known as one of the most talented, young groups in the country.
The Craguns have quickly become a national touring group, touring from coast to coast and different parts of the world, on a full-time basis. They have been honored to perform to millions of people in some of the largest venues, on some of the largest radio stations and television shows in gospel music.
The Cragun Family is absolutely committed to effectively ministering the Gospel through song. They will do this through Spirit filled, Christ honoring, worship for people of all ages.