Robert A. Jaffray was a giant among the pioneer missionary statesmen of the early twentieth century. Heir to the Toronto Globe--one of Canada's leading newspapers--he turned his back on wealth and power to serve without promise of recognition in China. He also opened French Indochina to the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Committed to missions and to the people of southeast Asia to the end, Jaffray died in a Japanese prison camp during World War II. His story serves as an example of how God can use one person to bring thousands to Himself.