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1st Lady Lue Jinnie F. Green

November 19, 1955 ~ March 9, 2018 (age 62)

 “A Surrendered Life”

                   LADY LUE JINNIE FLEMMING GREEN               

Lady LueJinnie F. Green was the fifth child born to the late Reverend James Major Flemming and Mrs. Mable Flemming in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was educated in the Las Vegas Public School System. In 1973, she joined the United States Army. She continued her education with Moody Bible Institute and received several Certificates of Bible Studies.

While serving in the Army in Hurst Germany, Lady Green accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal savior and was baptized in the Holy Spirit at the age of 19. At the age of 25, she accepted the Missionary calling of the Lord and received her Evangelist/Missionary License from the Church of God in Christ under the leadership of Mother Mary Featherston.

Lady Green was a prayer warrior, spiritual motivator, encourager and soul winner for the Lord. In her early ministry, as a soul winner for the Lord, many young men were saved and accepted their callings as preachers. She devoted her life and will to prayer and fasting unto God in the name of His Son, Jesus Christ. She joined the St. Johns Church of God in Christ in 1978 under the leadership of the late Bishop Samuel L. Green, Jr. She served in many capacities of the church which included: Captain of Faith For Living 120 Club - Eagles Team for over 30 years; Vice-President of Youth On A Mission, Vice-President of Purity Class; a member of Women’s Hospitality, Adult Sunday School, YPWW, Missionary Board, Women’s Fellowship, and Minister, Deacon & Trustee Wives.

She was the Founder of the St. Johns Daughters of Destiny Women’s Ministry where she empowered young ladies to reach the fullness of their destiny in Christ. Lady Green played an intricate part in assisting Bishop Green with his God given vision to reach the world for Christ through Faith For Living Richer Life Ministry television media. At the conception of his vision in the early 80’s, she was first appointed as the Assistant Manager of the Faith For Living Bookstore on Jefferson Avenue. As his ministry grew, Bishop appointed her as the Operation Manager for the Faith For Living Tape Ministry (later to be known as COGIC Videos).

Under her management for over twenty-five years, thousands of inspirational and empowering video and audio tapes, compact and video discs were produced and mailed out weekly for the building of the kingdom of God. She trained our local church and jurisdictional youth how to work the cameras and audio visual equipment. For she exemplified the true essence of the scripture, Isaiah 52:7 which proclaims “How beautiful...are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that published peace...that published salvation; that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigned!” In October 1988, Evangelist, Lady Green traveled to Africa on a Mission Trip with the late Mother Mary C. Taylor in the cities of Enugu, Nigeria and the mainland of Lagos, Nigeria. Many souls were saved, delivered and healed.

She also traveled with her pastor, Bishop Green on several missionary trips to Puerto Rico and Bahamas. After serving diligently as President of the St. Johns Prayer & Bible Band for over twenty-five years, she was appointed as the State Intercessory Prayer Captain for Virginia Second Jurisdiction. She prayed, fasted and led All Night Shut-Ins for each Jurisdictional Conferences. The Lord expanded her ministry to include assisting local Pastors with All Night Prayer and Consecration Shut-In Services for the strengthening of the body of Christ. Her National work included a member of the National Bishop Wives Circle and an appointment as the National Intercessory Prayer Captain for Virginia Second Jurisdiction under the leadership of Mother Frances Kelly, National Director - Intercessory Prayer Ministry. God truly smiled on Lady Green as she was united in holy matrimony to the late Bishop Samuel L. Green, Jr., General Board Member Emeritus on January 12, 2008. In 2011, the Lord blessed Bishop and Lady Green to travel abroad to Israel and the City of Jerusalem with Trinity Broadcast.

They were blessed to see firsthand the places where Jesus lived and ministered. Lady Green was a devoted and loving wife who worked faithfully in ministry with her husband until his demise. Over the years, God has provided Lady Green the opportunity to share her testimony and the life changing message of the Gospel. Her loyal dedication to God and her leaders was exemplified throughout the Church of God in Christ, Inc. Above all, she was most thankful to God for being saved, sanctified, baptized and filled with the Holy Ghost and that with a mighty burning fire!

She was preceded in death by her father, Reverend James Major Flemming; her beloved husband, Bishop Samuel L. Green, Jr., General Board Member Emeritus; sister, Margaret Key; brother, James M. Flemming, Jr. and godson, Walter Matthew Walker, III.

She leaves to cherish her memory, her loving mother, Mrs. Mable Flemming; three sisters, Naomi Flemming; Anita Blake (Stanley); and Alicia Flemming-Braggs, all of Las Vegas, Nevada; two brothers, Samuel Flemming of Las Vegas, Nevada and Jerry Flemming of Alabama; the children of her late husband, Bishop Samuel L. Green, Jr., Supervisor Jacquelin G. Holmes, Apostle Norvice Sellers, (Clarence, Sr.), Bishop Dwight L. Green, Sr. (Diane), Pastor Samuel L. Green, III (Margaret), Missionary Nathalie Green-Neal, Lady Naomi Ward (William), Mother Deborah Golden (Michael), Pastor Phillip X. Green, Sr. (Richelle), Pastor Michael D. Green, Sr. (Laverne); his grandchildren and great-grandchildren; goddaughter, Aunya Flemming (Niece); five nieces, LaJuana Gates (Gary), Alexis Key, Ashley Blake and Idel Blake of Las Vegas, Nevada; two nephews, Stanley Blake, Jr. and Fredrick Bragg, Jr.; great nieces and nephews, Myracle Gates, Gquez Gates, Treshawn Rimmer and Alana Blake-Myles; Covenant Sisters, Missionary Cynthia Reed, Missionary Bernice Vinson (Curtis) of Hampton, Virginia, and Missionary Patricia Taylor (Ernest) of Newport New, Virginia and a host of other relatives and friends.

Services for Lady Green will be held 11:00a.m. Monday, March 19, 2018 at Gethsmane Baptist Church 5405 Roanoke Ave. Newport News, VA. 

Entombment with military honors will follow at Hampton Memorial Gardens.

Viewing and family visitation will be held from 4:00p.m until 7:00p.m. Sunday, March 18, 2018 at St. Johns COGIC. 2402 Orcutt Ave. Newport News, VA.

It is the desire of the  Flemming - Green family that you keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

The family of the late 1st Lady Lue Jinnie  Fleming  Green  has entrusted her final care to the staff of C. C. Carter Funeral Home, Inc.



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