Somali pirates reported to have killed four Americans
More horrible news. The dead: Scott and Jean Adam of Marina del Rey, CA, and Phyllis Macay and Bob Riggle of Seattle:
Since 2004, the Adams lived on their yacht in Marina Del Rey for about half the year and the rest of the year they sailed around the world, often distributing Bibles in remote parts of the Fiji Islands, Alaska, New Zealand, Central America and French Polynesia, Johnston said.
Scott and Jane Adam documented their maritime missionary work on their website, S/V Quest Adventure Log.
Johnston said that despite an adventurous spirit, the Adams were meticulous planners who knew the dangers they faced. The couple had sailed with a large flotilla to stay safe from pirates near Thailand earlier in the trip.
"They knew and we knew they still had to go by the Somalia coast," he said. "We're asking people to pray for them."
Craig Detweiler, a professor at Pepperdine University in Malibu, who attended Fuller with Adams in the 1990s and early 2000s, also recalled his friend's adventurous spirit.
"It is safe to say all of his family and friends covet the prayers and concerns of the international community," Detweiler said.
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