Merciful Ministries of Jesus Christ is a ministry of God’s mercy and grace. Its purpose is to extend the hand of mercy and grace to a merciless and graceless world, a world lacking in the wisdom and understanding of God and His covenant with mankind (His church).
It is a light made up of many people who will go into all the dark places of this life and bring light, salvation and deliverance to the people who dwell there.
MMJC is a training center and, because our first call is to praise and worship God, we are a worship center within the training center where the Body of Christ can assemble corporately to worship Him.
Merciful Ministries is a hospital. God has given us the “broken, hurting, confused, disenfranchised, helpless, hopeless, religious, rejected, dejected, depressed, sexually disoriented (homosexual and lesbians), and even the insane.” His mandate is to love them, heal them, and equip them, thereby delivering them from physical sickness and disease, as well as demonic oppression and mental and emotional sickness.
Great emphasis is placed on evangelism, worship and praise, and strengthening marriages and restoring the family structure, turning the father’s heart back to the children and the children back to the father.
Apostle Lee Audry Williams is an apostolic prophet with a compassionate heart for the nations. He has spent the last two decades teaching and preaching with the demonstration of the prophetic anointing in his life. God called Apostle Lee to raise up and equip prophets in the Body of Christ and to develop prophetic healing and deliverance teams that will minister evangelistically in every segment of life. He is an international prophet and an apostle, and has established schools of the prophets in Kenya and other parts of the United States.
He is the pastor of Merciful Ministries Church International. Apostle Lee presides over the Merciful Ministries School of Prayer and Healing, in which the Holy Spirit moves mightily in deliverance, miracles, and signs and wonders. He is the director of the Lee Williams Apostolic and Prophetic Training School, where people from all walks of life are being trained to go to the nations, and the Dominion Apostolic Network and Detroit International Prophetic Alliance. Apostle Lee is the author of “Deliverance the Missing Link to Sanctification.
Apostle Sylvia L. Williams is the founder of He Giveth More Grace Ministries—a non-denominational, multi-cultural ministry devoted to teaching, training and equipping members of the Body of Christ to fulfill God’s call upon their lives. Before marrying her husband, Apostle Lee A. Williams, senior pastor of Merciful Ministries Church International in Belleville, Mich., she was an assistant professor of journalism at Metropolitan State College of Denver. As a pastor's wife, she oversees "Women of Destiny," the women's ministry at Merciful Ministries.
As a part of He Giveth More Grace, Apostle Sylvia hosts a “Women in Ministry Roundtable Fellowship,” a bi-monthly fellowship for women in fivefold ministry, marketplace ministers, pastors’ wives and intercessors. This fellowship provides a platform for female leaders to network, fellowship and find strength and support for the trials and challenges of women in ministry.
A published author, Apostle Sylvia has used her God-given gift for writing and editing in both the Christian and secular world. Her “Spiritual Warfare Training Manual” was published in 2004. She is a former newspaper reporter, magazine editor and manager of the writing department of Marilyn Hickey Ministries. Apostle Sylvia is the proud mother of a 20-year-old son.
Worship Service - 10 a.m. Sundays, 13542 Mercedes, Redford, Mich. 48239
School of Prayer & Healing - 7 p.m. Mondays, 13542 Mercedes, Redford, Mich. 48239 call (313)538-2990.
Intercessory prayer Sunday pre-service prayer: 9 a.m.-9:45 a.m. Sundays in the sanctuary.
Corporate Prayer for the ministry: 4:30 a.m.-5:45 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Call 1-641-715-3200 and enter participant code 1-1067382 (announce your name and join the prayer line). Enter *3 to exit the call).