Ngwane Dlamini was a young high school graphics art teacher when Mlipa Make, the CrossRoads coordinator for Swaziland invited him to attend a CrossRoads Teacher Training. Ngwane returned from the training determined to teach Life at the Crossroads to his students and desiring to make a difference. As he became more involved, Mlipa challenged him to take the training to be CrossRoads trainer, equipped to train other teachers to use Life at the Crossroads. When Mrs. Mlipa needed to step down as national coordinator, Ngwane stepped up to take the role – in his spare time and unpaid. At this time CrossRoads was already active in over 300 schools around the country. Ngwane eventually resigned from his teaching position to devote full time to coordinating CrossRoads, agreeing with his wife to live just on her teacher’s salary.