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Can lessons from Plains reach beyond Mr. Jimmy’s Sunday School class?

September 1, 2015

Buffalo Doug

PLAINS, GA. — When the Methodist church in Plains, Ga., puts on its annual fish fry, the congregation is usually nearly the whole town of 700 people. Baptists like Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter are sure to be in attendance, as is mechanic Chris McGrady, a young black man who calls Mr. Carter “probably the best President ever.”

Plains, GA and Jimmy Carter–a place and a lived religious perspective–are marvelously intertwined, as this story by Patrick Jonsson at the Christian Science Monitor makes clear. Your can read the entire story here: Can lessons from Plains reach beyond Mr. Jimmy’s Sunday School class? – CSMonitor.com

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