This book presents the life story and mission of Abraham Khayesi. Born in 1907, he died in 1973 following a rich life of experience and accomplishments. In that life, Abraham converted to Christianity, becoming a pastor with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada and Pentecostal Assemblies of God (Kenya). He actively contributed to spreading Christianity within and beyond his local community of the Tiriki of Western Kenya. In the course of his work, he freely gave his time, resources and home for Christian work. This is in addition to providing leadership and mentoring many young Christians and new converts. He also supported the development of education through collaborating with others to found Virembe Primary School, provided materials towards the building of schools like Shamakhokho Primary School and Busali Union School. In the process, he ensured all his children went to school and encouraged parents in the community to take their children to school. Abraham was also involved in farming and entrepreneurial activities to provide for his family and other members of society in need. The seed of faith and hope that he and his coworkers sowed continues to bear fruit up to the present.