The band took to Facebook
on Wednesday -- where they've been updating their fans on the search for Strickland -- to praise their missing frontman.
"For those of you who don't know Craig he is the most passionate person that we know! He is on fire for God, his Wife, his family, his life, and this band," the post reads. "Craig is by far the best communicator that we have ever seen. His passion for music and the stage are what many times have kept us going miles and miles down the road."
According to the post, Backroad Anthem wants fans, friends and family to know just how amazing Craig is, as a bandmate, husband, and all-around good guy.
The post was accompanied by an optical illusion painting of a sunset over a lake behind a row a trees that can also be seen as a guitar.
"We love you we thank you for being so kind and generous in your words, thoughts, and prayers. This picture is perfect let the music warm our hearts today," the post concludes.
Strickland, 29, and his friend, Chase Morland, 22, went missing after their boat capsized during a duck hunt in Oklahoma over the weekend. Morland's body was recovered on Monday.
Hopes for finding Strickland were raised when his dog, who accompanied the duo on their hunting trip, was found alive
-- but the search continues for the singer.
Strickland's wife, Helen, and father, Randy, have been participating in vigils at Cross Church in Springdale, Arkansas, where the family regularly attends service. According to a minister at Cross Church, Strickland's family members "are hurting, but their faith and resolve remains strong."