The Rev. Dr. William L. “Bill” Bennett, an evangelist and Baptist pastor behind the “Mentoring Men for the Master” ministry, has passed away. He was 93.
“Dr. Bennett was promoted to Heaven around 2 a.m. this morning,” read an email Thursday morning by Thad Faulk, president and CEO of Mentoring Men.
“We are grateful for God’s mercy towards him and grateful in knowing that he is now where he belongs. He is with Jesus and is being reunited with (his wife) Mrs. Doris, (sons) Philip, David, and the rest of his family who went before him.”
Faulk told CP that Bennett had been diagnosed with Vascular Dementia.
Commenting on the longtime pastor’s impact, Faulk stated, “Dr. Bennett’s impact and influence is almost impossible to measure. He has pastored, mentored, equipped, and discipled countless men and women in over 60 years of ministry. Many of whom are pastors, missionaries, and ministry leaders, who are taking what they learned from him and are literally changing the world for the glory of Jesus!!”
StarNews Online reported on Thursday that funeral services for Bennett are being planned for Monday.
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