It was sometime in the 1963 academic year, when a young man visited and took a seat among us students in the Assembly Hall of the Labone Secondary school. It was a normal Scripture Union (SU) weekly study session. The unassuming gentleman participated and refreshingly helped with deeper perspectives on the Bible lesson and application. By the end of the study session, we knew we had a Leader, one with enormous zeal and commitment to nurture and mentor us in our spiritual growth towards the stature of the fullness of Christ. Bro TB, as we referred to him, made it weekly from the University of Ghana, Legon to teach and spend time with students the rest of my time there. He also led several of us on Retreats (SU Camps) during vacation periods, where we bonded with others across the country. From Labone, I enrolled at Prempeh College, Kumasi for Advanced Level courses in 1967, where to my delight, discovered that my Mentor was on staff in the Chemistry Dept! Naturally my spiritual nurture continued along with any assistance I needed with my chemistry curriculum. During this time, we attended Fellowship meetings in the city and SU meetings on campus with outreach efforts to reach students with the gospel. I met the then aspiring Physician, Sister Virginia as Fiancé of Bro TB. I remain indebted to Drs TB & Virginia Dankwa for the years of shepherding in Ghana, and follow-up in ensuing years of my chemistry/chemical engineering study abroad. All that guidance, besides family care and support, and above all the Lord’s direction, fortified my commitment to missions, and enabled some couple of years ministering alongside missionaries in a Cree Indian Reservation in Central Saskatchewan, Canada, and other church planting efforts in the US. My Mentor extraordinaire Bro TB has joined the church triumphant. The mission to which he was called and dedicated his life, continues. Thanks be to Christ Our Lord.