First Lady Betty J. Green is a elegant Women who carries the word of God with her, pouring into other's and demonstrating her walk with Christ daily. She is a woman of prayer and faith. At a young age, her mother Pairfine Hall taught her the value of prayer and believing that all things are possible in Jesus Christ. At the age of 11 she was saved and filled with the Holy Ghost during a Friday night prayer meeting, at House of Prayer for All Nations. The calling that was upon her mother's life, First Lady Green as a young woman would go to Burnside street where the homeless were and the less fortunate lived, helping and giving back, and doing this she learned what mission was all about. She has worked in many areas of the church. She loved working with people on a local level, she was the president and coordinator of the Mothers Board, Choir Director, Sunday school teacher etc. In 1980 she became Elect Lady of the Jurisdictional Mission Department. Also working with the Regional Mission Department.