Brian and Debbie Mcintyre
Who we are
It has been a mind-boggling journey that lead from pastoring a church in North Prairie, WI to serving as missionaries in Accra, Ghana. After resigning from Kettle Moraine Community Church, we started West African Mercy Ministries. Three years later we became missionaries with Fellowship International Mission and moved to Ghana to begin ministry under the banner of FIM-Ghana. After serving with FIM-Ghana for a period of time, we saw the Lord drawing us closer to serving full-time under West African Mercy Ministries (WAMM). Today we run a Children's Home in Accra, Ghana, which serves the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of orphaned and abandoned children. We also have many other exciting projects underway and are so very blessed and excited to see what God has for us, and WAMM, next!
what we believe
We want to know God experientially, so we give ourselves to mercy ministry. Why? Because extending mercy is what it means to know God (Jer. 22:16), and knowing God is worth more than anything else in all the world (Phil. 3:8-10).
We want to love God actively, so we give ourselves to mercy ministry. Why? Because Jesus said “as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me” (Matt. 25:31-46). Active involvement in mercy ministry becomes our means of actively loving our Lord.
We want to worship God purely, so we give ourselves to mercy ministry. Why? Because pure and unadulterated worship is “to visit orphans and widows in their affliction” (Jas. 1:27). And God richly blesses those involved in mercy-based worship of him (Is. 58:1-10).
We want to help others do the same. We believe others share our desire for this kind of relationship God offers those involved in mercy ministry. We are ready to be a vehicle through which they can establish their own ministries of mercy even if they can’t make Ghana their home.
Our 5 year plan
Please take some time and read the 5 year plan for our ministry and scroll down to the bottom of the page if you would like to support us financially