After a pat-down and a bag-check at the airport in Charlotte, we had a comfortable overnight flight which landed us back in Brazil on December 29. Missionary colleagues picked us up and took us to our house which we found in good shape. It served as the first residence for a fine young couple of newlyweds from the Bible Institute during our furlough. After a day for rest and church services, we began opening our storage barrels and setting up house again to get back to work.
I was impressed with the clear testimonies which they gave and how each one linked his or her conversion to an individual who had presented the gospel to them.
Johnny & Rena Nunley
is: “What is the price of gasoline in Brazil?” (Don’t be fooled by the 2,74 on the sign).
Gasoline is sold by the liter in Brazil. At my latest currency exchange I got 2,03
Brazilian reais per dollar. Thus, each liter costs $1.34. One U.S. gallon is
equal to 3.785 liters. So, 3.785 liters X $1.34 makes the price of regular gasoline
here today at $5.07 per gallon, if I did the math correctly.