Mentoring Men for the Master, International: The Unique Man, Ministry, and Model of Discipleship
Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
David A Wheeler
Primary Subject Area
Religion, General; Theology
Bill Bennett, Discipleship, Internalization, Mentoring, Spiritual Growth, Transformation
Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Huckaby, Mark Keith, "Mentoring Men for the Master, International: The Unique Man, Ministry, and Model of Discipleship" (2012). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 499.
The purpose of this project is to research, illuminate, and communicate the model of discipleship developed by Dr. William L. Bennett of Mentoring Men for the Master, International (MMM). This project will examine the biblical nature of mentoring, and the history, philosophy, development, organization, functionality, and effectiveness of this unique model through the use of primary sources: interviews with Bennett, his writings, interviews with mentees, an online survey, and personal analysis. Supportive discipleship resources undergird the research. Special attention will be given to Bennett's call, influence, and involvement in the establishment and operation of MMM as its Founder and President.