Jimmy Carter returns to teach Sunday school for first time since breaking hip


Jimmy Carter returns to teach Sunday school for first time since breaking hip

Jimmy Carter delivered a call to help others in his return to teaching Sunday school for the first time since suffering a broken hip last month.

“How many of you think if you do a good thing for just one other person, it would make America a better country?” Carter said to a gathering of hundreds of people from around the country, according to NBC Atlanta affiliate WXIA.

“Is that complicated? No, it’s not that difficult.”

Former president Jimmy Carter was back teaching Sunday school less than a month after breaking his hip. Curtis Compton / AP

Carter, who is the oldest living former U.S. president in history at 94, also gave an update on his health and revealed that he had his first conversation with President Donald Trump.

The 39th president had been sidelined from his regular Sunday school duties at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia, since undergoing surgery in May. Carter broke his hip in a fall at his home while preparing to go turkey hunting.

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