During World War 2, Winston Churchill rallied the coal industry to produce even more coal, which would push the Allies to victory. Even though these coal miners would be far underground with their faces to the coal– it was their sacrifice in the darkness that would make all the difference. In the Gospels, one of the most unheralded and underappreciated of Jesus’ disciples was Andrew— Peter’s brother. Even though Andrew served in relative obscurity, he was a tremendous disciple who had a tender heart for Christ and a knack for bringing people to Jesus. Why is Andrew a disciple we should emulate? -Outreach Sunday, “Church in the Park” 2017.