Yolanda Adams, Smokie Norful, and the Caravans were among those who gathered to remember Inez Andrews Friday at Apostolic Church of God in Chicago. Andrews, a towering force and soaring voice in the famous Caravans, passed December 19, at age 83.
Dave Hoekstra of the Chicago Sun-Times provided a well-written recap (click here), and award-winning photographer David Spearman captured photos of the service (view the gallery here). He also shared footage (click here), during which Pastor Shirley Caesar comforts the family with stirring and uplifting remarks following the Caravans’ musical numbers (“May the Work I’ve Done Speak for Me,” “Jesus Is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me,” and “Lord, Keep Me Day by Day”).
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One Reply to “Inez Andrews Homegoing Recap”
We grew up listening to the Caravans my mom love that good old time gospel.To the family of Mrs Andrews GOD is able to do all things.Keep trusting in GOD he everthing you need.May GOD keep and bless you is our pray.
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