I remember the days when we used to go to Martin's gas station, and my dad would say 'fill 'er up with ethyl.' Oh for those good 'ol days of $.299 per gallon.
A headline in today's Indy Star said by August gas could be $4.15 . . . oops, they were wrong, by June 12 it was $4.199 (don't forget that 9/10 of a penny). One year ago, gas was an incredibly high $3.079.
So, what are you going to do different?
How should the church cope with higher gas prices?
How do you think it will impact the church?
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