From New Hampshire to Namibia, surging gas prices concern members
“Gasoline and diesel are expensive enough now that some of our less affluent members are needing to forego services in order to have enough gas to go to work during the week,” said Park Linscomb, minister of the Manchester, N.H., church.
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