BETTY JEAN SPRATT MONROE, a fourth-generation Jefferson Countian, was a bookkeeper,
farm wife and “mother” to many. Her primary passion was for service to God’s kingdom;
she was a faithful member and worker at Waukeenah United Methodist Church and its
women’s group. She had a life-long ministry to the local “down and out,” served
as a volunteer missionary and resource-raiser in Haiti, Cuba and Guatemala—she was
known there as “Mama Betty.”
100% of your tax-deductible donations will be shared , with
no administration fees, by a ministry in the three countries Betty worked
in and supported:
* Each of these ministries feeds the hungry, clothes the naked, provides medical
care and clean water, gives hope and encourages followers and seekers of “the Way”
of Jesus Christ
TO DONATE (note: you may designate that your donation benefit
only one of the above)
On-line: Navigate back to contributions Page
Send a check , noting “Mama Betty Fund” to:
Porch de Salomon
PO Box 10509
Tallahassee FL 32302-2509
Betty first served abroad in her mid-40’s. Here she works in Haiti in 1981
With Elena in Guatemala
“Betty’s joy for the Lord and His work encouraged me as a young Christian in the
early 80s. Our church joined hers for a revival and the only person that I remember
from that was Betty Monroe. Her joy for missions was contagious!
I went to Haiti in 1987 and that is where I surrendered by heart to Christ as Lord.
From that point forward I sought how I could serve full- time for Christ! Only God
knows how many lives have been impacted by one surrendered life!: Pastor Steve
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She graced over 200 funerals and weddings with her clear soprano singing voice.
She took great delight in sharing the beauty of her flower garden and her Scrabble
Mama Betty died at her home in Waukeenah, Florida, July 8, 2008 after a brave 11-month
battle with pancreatic cancer.
“Consider the Lilies” was one of betty’s songs. Here’s one of her beloved day Lilies in bloom.
Continuing Betty Monroe’s global mission legacy by Helping the poor in Haiti, Cuba and Guatemala