Poor Andrew suffered what many of us suffer -- being overlooked. He's generally thought of as the first apostle chosen by Jesus, but he's almost immediately upstaged by his brother, Simon Peter, whose many ups and downs are documented in the Gospels. Andrew remains fairly steady but whenever anyone thinks of the 'first' apostle, it's Peter that comes to mind. Being overlooked or its opposite, receiving the credit for what was really a group effort, are moments when we are reminded that we participate in God's mission not 'ours'. What's most important is that God's work is being done.