After brain surgery, Jimmy Carter returns to hometown church

After brain surgery, Jimmy Carter returns to hometown church

Jimmy Carter, the former President of the United States returned to pray at his hometown church on Sunday, for the first time, after undergoing a brain surgery. The 95-year old was sitting in the front row seats with his wife and attended services at the Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains.

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Seekster
Seekster 3 months

Glad to hear he has made it another year. Good man, never should have been President, but a good and decent human being.

Fin
Fin 3 months

Yeah... Good man. Welcome back sir

Jacob
Jacob 3 months

I'm gonna be honest, I didn't even know he was still alive until last year or so when I saw a video where someone was saying how they didn't even know he was still alive.

bobby_5150
bobby_5150 3 months

Good philanthropist, terrible president.

Mitchell
Mitchell 3 months

Good for him.

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 3 months

Good stay healthy and focus on your faith.

Paul C
Paul C 3 months

Good for you Jimmy! In other news, he had been overheard saying that if the Dem nomination necessitates a brokered solution, that he would be willing to throw his hat in the ring. Still has one term left on his eligibility after all.

Leo Miggel
Leo Miggel 3 months

It changes you perspective in life when you see a person that was part of history still alive, it's so humbling.

JanitorJez Darkest Winter
JanitorJez Darkest Winter 3 months

Brain surgery would be the only way to get me to go to church, too. Bastards!

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