Ann, Although we never met, I am so sorry for your loss. May our heavenly Father comfort you. Marv and I loved Earl so much and have many memories of early Army times. Ina
Earl was a special man and Bob and I have fond memories of him when we were at Frazer. I always remember Earl saying we should be "love with skin on it" for Jesus. That is something that crosses my my often when serving the Lord. I just saw Earl and you, Ann, at St. James the day you came to vote. I am so glad to have seen him then. We send our most heartfelt thanks for Earl's life and our sincere condolances to Ann and all his family.
Even though it was for a very short time, I was blessed you were a part of my life. Love you Mr. Earl!!!!
I am blessed to have known Rev Andrews during his service at Dothan First United Methodist Church. As a young married woman with a young son, his Bible studies and sermons (I will never forget the Prayer Life of Charlie Jones and Blessed to be a Blessing) ignited my journey of faith in Dothan. I have missed him ever since he departed from Dothan for his work at Frazer Memorial. Thank you, Lord, for the life of Earl Andrews.
Earl was such an inspiration for me personally. He brought such wonderful gifts and ideas to Lay Pastors Ministry, Inc. He was a great encourager of Lay Ministry at Frazier and his legacy lives on in the thousands of people who still receive care from Lay Pastors across this country and beyond. He was a dear freind of Dr. Melvin J. Steinbron who is the founder of Lay Pastors Ministry, Inc. For who he is, and always will be, we give thanks to God.
Rev. Tom Corbell
President of Lay Pastors Ministry, Inc.