A month after he underwent a “very successful” heart surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Florida to treat his heart failure, prominent Southern Baptist preacher Voddie Baucham Jr. said he’s slowly recuperating and no longer in need of a heart transplant.
“The good news is, I am no longer on that path that looks like a path to ultimately a heart transplant,” Baucham revealed in an update on his condition Wednesday. “I am a month out now from my surgery and things are going well.”
The former college football player, who is the dean of theology at African Christian University in Zambia, and also serves on the board of Founders Ministries, made his battle with heart failure public on Feb. 12.
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Source: Christian Post