An animated story about Jesus choosing the first apostles, Peter and Andrew. Jesus asks Peter and Andrew, two fishermen, to take him away from the shore in their boat so he can speak to the crowd that have gathered. He then asks them to take the boat farther out and to drop their nets. After a day without luck, Peter and Andrew are certain they won't catch anything but do as Jesus asks. Suddenly they find their nets bulging with so many fish they can hardly bring them aboard. The fishermen insist Jesus is 'too good for them' but then, Jesus asks the fisherman to follow him.

This clip is from:
Watch, Christianity: Followers
First broadcast:
21 September 2007

This clip could be used as a stimulus for discussion about why Jesus chose fishermen to be his first followers, rather than people who were seen to have more important jobs.