Christian Family Hoping To Flee Pro-Gay America Rescued After Being Lost At Sea
An Arizona family that had hoped to sail to a new home on a small, remote Pacific Island to escape the pro-gayness of America has been rescued and returned to the U.S. after being lost at sea for weeks.
A Northern Arizona family that was lost at sea for weeks in an ill-fated attempt to leave the U.S. over what they consider government interference in religion will fly back home Sunday.
Hannah Gastonguay, 26, said Saturday that she and her husband “decided to take a leap of faith and see where God led us” when they took their two small children and her father-in-law and set sail from San Diego for the tiny island nation of Kiribati in May.
But just weeks into their journey, the Gastonguays hit a series of storms that damaged their small boat, leaving them adrift for weeks, unable to make progress. They were eventually picked up by a Venezuelan fishing vessel, transferred to a Japanese cargo ship and taken to Chile where they are resting in a hotel in the port city of San Antonio.
So, apparently God led them back to the U.S.
What message will that send this extremist family?
Also, will charges be pressed against the parents for endangering their 3-year old and newborn?
Oh, and fun fact: Kiribati is expected to be the first island in the Pacific to find itself fully submerged under water due to climate change. Its residents have asked for asylum in nearby gay-friendly Australia and New Zealand.