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Bishop Dag Heward-Mills is a Christian evangelist and writer. He is the founding Bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel International denomination which was founded in 1987 in West Africa. Heward-Mills has planted over 1500 churches in several countries. He is a ministry leader, author, and public speaker.
Lighthouse Chapel International
Heward-Mills founded the Lighthouse Chapel International church in 1987. The church now has over 1500 branches in 68 countries.
Author and conference speaker
Heward-Mills has written several books, including Loyalty and Disloyalty, the first of his books to be published in the United States. His books are available in 27 languages. He has also spoken at conferences including the Church Growth International and the Pentecostal World Fellowship conferences.
He also hosts his own annual Iron Sharpeneth Iron Work of Ministry conference for pastors and church leaders in Accra, Ghana. Additionally he founded a bible school - The Anagkazo Bible Schools, to train men and women in the practical work of the ministry.
Healing Jesus Crusades
In 2003, Heward-Mills started the Healing Jesus Campaigns (HJC), then known as crusades. This was an evangelistic arm of the ministry, and the first HJC was held in Accra in September 2003.[not in citation given]
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