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The Rev. Mimi Walker The Rev. Mimi Walker is co-pastor of Druid Hills Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA, and pastor to the community of McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University in Atlanta.

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The Rev. Mimi Walker

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University, Atlanta, GA

Druid Hills Baptist Church, Atlanta, GA

The Rev. Mimi Walker is co-pastor with her husband, Graham, of Druid Hills Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA. Earlier she served as pastor of Candler Park Baptist Church in Atlanta, and as co-pastor with Graham of Northwoods Baptist Church in Chamblee, GA.

Mimi is adjunct professor of spiritual formation at Mercer University's McAfee School of Theology, and also serves as pastor to the McAfee community. She is a graduate of Florida State University and earned a master's degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. She is working on a doctor of theology degree from the Asian Baptist Graduate Theological Seminary. For nearly 12 years, before coming to Atlanta, Mimi taught at the Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary.


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The Rev. Mimi Walker - Day1 Conversation with Peter Wallace

The Rev. Mimi Walker (CBF)
The Rev. Mimi Walker joins host Peter Wallace for an intriguing interview focusing on her church in Druid Hills in Atlanta, the growth of their community there, and working as Co-Pastor to her husband Graham. Join us for a conversation on faith from Day1.
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The Rev. Mimi Walker

Broken Hearted God

Hosea 11:1-11

Proper 13 (18) - Year C

August 01, 2010

The Rev. Mimi Walker (CBF)

There has been a public service announcement playing on TV lately in which a teenager sits in a laundromat and watches as another young man bursts in threatening the people there.  His face is gaunt and scarred from drug use.  He steals their money and then approaches the teenager in the corner.  As the teenager looks up and sees his own face, the thief yells, "This was not supposed to be your life!"  It is meant to be a warning to young people not to try meth, but it pulls at the hearts of parents who fear for the safety of their children in a world filled with dangerous possibilities that promise excitement but hide the cost and toll they will take.

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