On the morning of July 24, Captain Christian Trosvig started the day like any other—he circled up his crew and prayed. Trosvig is a fisherman of more than 20 years. His home port is Kodiak, Alaska. That Monday, he and his crew and about four other vessels were fishing off Alaska’s Raspberry Island. “We had a nice big bag of fish, the Lord was providing, and we dumped it in the fish hold. After we did and we got the net rolled up the rest of the way and the skiff hooked up, we had

alarms start going off,” Trosvig told CBN News. His boat, the Grayling, was taking on water. At first, Trosvig says he wasn’t concerned. He and his crew had just pulled in thousands of pounds of salmon and it was natural for the stern to dip lower into the water under the weight. Still, the alarms kept sounding and Trosvig called for his crew to bring out the water pumps. READ MORE