When we recall the original 12 apostles of Jesus Christ, we usually think of the more famous Peter, James, and John or perhaps the infamous Judas. One of the twelve was Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother. The gospels identify him thus on several occasions. In fact, “Simon Peter’s brother” may have almost seemed to be part of his name since he was so frequently referred to in this way. Many of us would grow weary of such a moniker. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we see that perhaps it was more of a compliment than a slight to refer to Andrew as Simon Peter’s brother and that it should actually teach us some valuable lessons.