Rev. Timothy Flemming was born on December 31, 1950, in Macon, Georgia to the late Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Flemming, Sr. He began preaching at the age of 11, at the Ross Street Baptist Church of Macon, Georgia, under the pastorage of the late Rev. J.J. Jordan. He was soon known throughout Georgia as the “The Boy Preacher.” At the age of 14, he became youth minister of five churches, and brought many young people to Christ. At age 19, he was ordained as the Assistant Pastor of the Greater Friendship Baptist Church, where he was a member. Two months later, he was called to the Pastorship of his first church, Forest Chapel Baptist Church in Pinehurst, Georgia. Rev. Flemming has pastored five other churches; Mt. Gilgal of Twiggs County, Georgia; New Liberty of Wilkerson County, Georgia; Zion Hill of Macon, Georgia; and Faith Tabernacle of Atlanta, Georgia. At the young age of 24, he became pastor of Mount Carmel Baptist church in Atlanta, Georgia.