The four founders were Murray Kaye, John Walder, David Dawson, and Gordon Blowers.
These four unique individuals found the heart of God for the mission and over sore its birth and growth for many years including the establishment of the first HQ Base at Whittlesea in Victoria, our home until 2009.
Time for Growth
The mission grew across Australia with bases in:
New South Wales (1984)
Western Australia (1985/2002)
South Australia (1988/1997)
Northern Territory (2002/2007)
MMM expanded our international operations throughout this period with independent (but linked) MMM organisations founded in Zambia (1988), New Zealand (1994), and Hong Kong (1996). Other affiliated centres linked to these four MMM Centres include Fiji, Thailand, and South Africa. All of these bases are permanent MMM operations. All MMM Member Centres come under our umbrella organisation the MMM International Alliance.
In 2012 – three years after the disastrous “Black Saturday Fires” the National HQ was opened in Mitcham Victoria.
Despite the difficulties of fires, and ever increasing compliance requirements the Mission has continued to grow into the international mission it is today with our MMM Partner organisations. We all have the same purpose and mission to ‘serve those who serve’ through Building, and Empowering People.
We are also connected in like purpose to Brass Tacks in the United Kingdom, and TeamWorkers Abroad in the United States.