Peter Baffour Appiah-Adu is a prophet and music composer with over four hundred songs to his credit. Many of the Ghanaian worship songs sung across congregations in Ghana and abroad were authored by him. He has served in various leadership roles in The Church of Pentecost-Ghana and abroad for over three decades.

P. B. as he is affectionately called has fathered and mentored many sons, daughters, and proteges in the ministry of the gospel. Through him, the Lord has raised prophets, musicians, and worship leaders in the Body of Christ. Following his retirement from active service in The Church of Pentecost, he has dedicated the rest of his life to legacy projects for younger generations.

He and his late wife, Margaret Appiah-Adu are blessed with seven wonderful children and many grandchildren. They are also blessed with several adopted sons and daughters.



The pivotal place of the past in the future cannot be overemphasized. The Biblical advice to not remove the ancient landmarks is a divine revelation of the importance of yesterday in our journey to tomorrow. 

Lessons from scars of yesterday have schooled many into becoming stars today. Hidden in the stories of yesterday are the glories of the future.

This book unveils inspiring and enlightening experiences of my past. It takes you on a retrospective trip down memory lane, imparting knowledge, wisdom, and understanding gleaned from over forty decades of ministry.

As a prophet and a psalmist – a servant in the Lord’s Vineyard, I have seen and been through a lot in this life. And I am happy to impart my perspective before I depart.