Announcing her death on Twitter, Glenn Burris – president of Foursquare Church described her as “an extraordinary person”.
She found faith as a teenager after a miraculous healing and began her ministry at just 16.
As well as her home country, she served in Panama, Canada, Australia and the UK.
While serving in England she says she was given a picture by God which showed revival was coming to the country.
She described the image as like “fires breaking out all over the nation”.
Along with husband Elmer, she launched Foursquare Church in the UK along with a bible college.
She leaves behind children John and La Donna. Elmer died in 2004.
Paying tribute on Twitter, Pastor Stuart Bell from Alive Church in Lincoln said: “Heard that Jean Darnall who years ago was a spiritual mother to me peacefully went to be with the Lord today.
“She supported me in the early days of my ministry and I have walked into things she spoke over me. #grateful.”
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