Randy Valimont was born on June 8, 1960 in Johnson City, New York. Dr. Valimont was a graduate of Southeastern University where he received his bachelor's degree in theology, Logos University where he received his master's degree and doctorate in Pastoral Leadership. He was also the recipient of two conferred doctorates.
Dr. Valimont served in many ministry capacities throughout his years of ministry and preached in more than 60 nations of the world. He served as a youth pastor at First Assembly of God in Oxford, Florida and at First Assembly of God in Springdale, Arkansas. In 1984, he moved to Toccoa, Georgia where he served as senior pastor at Glad Tidings Assembly of God. In 1993, he received a call to become the senior pastor at First Assembly of God in Griffin, Georgia, where he served for 26 years. During his years in Griffin, Georgia, he led the church into many building programs to help serve the needs of the growing church and the community. The constituents of the church grew from 400 attendees to more than 7000 on 7 separate campuses
Dr. Valimont was instrumental in developing a mission program at Griffin First Assembly. During the 26 years of his pastorate at Griffin First Assembly, Dr Valimont raised more than $28 million for missions. Randy served on the governing boards of many organizations including Calcutta Mercy Ministries, Emerge Ministries, Southwestern Assemblies of God University, Global University, Global Teen Challenge and Unsion Radio and Television.
Brother Randy died on October 31, 2019 in Griffin, Georgia.
Used by permission of Jelly Jordan Valimont.