American missionary wrote ‘God, I don’t want to die’ before being killed by remote tribe | Fox News

John Allen Chau, the American missionary who was killed by an isolated tribe on a remote Indian island, reportedly wrote in his journal hours before his death, “God, I don’t want to die.”Chau, 26, of Vancouver, Wash., chronicled his last days while traveling to the Andaman Islands. He was intent on making contact with the Sentinelese tribe on North Sentinel Island, according to his journals shared by his mother with the Washington Post.A Message from Salvation ArmySee how Americans living in poverty fight to make ends meet.From buying groceries to keeping the lights on, life is full of battles for those in need. Help them win. Join the fight and donate $50 today.“You guys might think I’m crazy in all this but I think it’s worthwhile to declare Jesus to these people,” he wrote in a last note to his family on Nov. 16, shortly before he left the safety of the fishing boat to meet the tribesmen on the island. “God, I don’t want to die.”

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