'Follow me', said Jesus to some fishermen types '...and I will make you fishers of men.'
The Bible tells us that the gang - Simon, James and John - left their nets and followed him. At once.
My son asked me the other day what I planned to do when I finally retire. The words that came out of my own mouth surprised me. I found myself saying 'I don't know. Maybe something I've never done before.' But whilst that will not be golf or parachuting I do like the idea of doing something completely different to vicaring.
Today's stories. Many of our Bake-0ff contestants took it up later in life. Learning to drive is, by its nature, something we do after childhood. Community parks and gardens are often maintained by enthusiastic volunteers - many recently retired.
Being a follower of Jesus for many years is a journey. If you follow someone you must expect to move. So go on. Embrace the next part of your life's path with gusto. Be prepared to change.
But not, as one six year old once misunderstood, 'Follow me and I will make you vicious old men.' Now that would be a new career.