Lexi Strauss
The Apostles Learn the Good Deeds of those who Came Before and After them (Ghandi).
The Twelve Apostles as Babies narrates the babies’ development to old age. Arriving for the second coming without Christ, they’re required to work things out for themselves. The children dress as Ghandi, Johnny Rotten and others, as they learn the good deeds of those who came before and after them; eventually spreading their good news through various careers