The Apostle John is credited with writing one of the Gospels, three of the epistles in the New Testament, and the Book of Revelation. In terms of sheer volume, nearly one-fifth of the chapters in our New Testament come from John! But before we picture him in stained glass, remember that John was probably the youngest of Jesus' disciples. In fact, he was very possibly a teenager when he first met or heard about Jesus. And so we make John the patron saint of our Youth Sunday School class. What does it mean to hear about, to meet, and to begin to follow Jesus while still a youth?