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Evangelist Betty Lou Martin Johnson
July 27, 1950 ~ February 18, 2022 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Dr. Evangelist Betty Lou Martin Johnson was born July 27, 1950 in Brooklyn New York. She was the second daughter of the late James & Daisy Green Martin. From an early age she was active with the usher board at the Holy House of Prayer for All People in Brooklyn. Betty Graduated From Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School in Brooklyn. She continued her education at New York City Community College. Betty worked at United Cerebral Palsy in Staten Island as a teacher assistant. She later worked at Carl Fenichel Community School in Brooklyn as a teacher assistant.
Evangelist Johnson was united in marriage to the late Deacon Isaac Johnson Sr. After marriage she joined Universal Temple COGIC in Brooklyn where she was active in many ministries. Betty became a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Brooklyn and she and her husband later joined the House of Faith Holiness Church. She served as choir director, youth choir director, and Missionary. Betty received her Evangelist license under Apostle Douglas Johnson where she also did monthly prison ministry in New York.
Evangelist Johnson relocated to South Carolina in 1995 where she joined Taw Caw Missionary Baptist church. She continued praising the Lord with a loud voice for Jesus. She served as a Youth Minister, Associate Minister, was in the Deaconess Ministry, and directed the Flag Ministry. In December of 2014 Betty was honored to receive a Doctorate in Christian Leadership from the Great Commission Bible College & Seminary in Columbia.
She operated her own in home daycare for a while as well as working with AmeriCorp in Clarendon School District One. She later spent many hours volunteering with the Manning High School Band. Betty was very supportive of the band in any way she could.
Those who will continue to cherish her memories and love her are her step-daughter Tina (John) Boone, son Isaac (Nikki) Johnson Jr., daughter Chiffon (Minister Malcolm ) Cameron, grandchildren Fredrick (reared in the home), Tony, Jada, Charlie , Trinifa, Malachi and Iqueze , two sisters; Apostle Myra (Deacon Leroy) Pearson, Janice (Pastor Robert) Brown, one brother Leroy (Helen) Thompson, and Evangelist Ernestine Oliver, Cheryl Bradshaw and Lynn Pechnika who were just like sisters. Pastor Kimberly Wells was a special friend. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, god children and many other relatives and friends.