Dag Heward-Mills

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Dag Heward-Mills
Born May 14, 1963 (1963-05-14) (age 59)
London, United Kingdom
Occupation Healing Evangelist, Pastor, Christian author and Conference Speaker
Years active 1987–present

Dag Heward-Mills is an African Healing Evangelist and the founder and general overseer of the United Denominations Originating from the Lighthouse Group of Churches (UD-OLGC); formerly Lighthouse Chapel International.[1][2][3]


A qualified medical doctor, Dag gave himself wholly to the work of God in 1991 and has never looked back.

Heward-Mills has a multifaceted ministry that has transformed and continues to impact millions of lives across the globe. The UD-OLGC has a presence in 94 countries and on 5 continents with over 3000 branches.

In over three decades of ministry, his passion for God’s work has been characterized by building churches, training pastors, helping the needy and invalid, authoring, producing music, speaking at conferences, pastoring young people, and holding massive evangelistic campaigns in many nations.

He has been welcomed by many presidents, kings, and heads of States, and has personally led several of them to Christ. Dag Heward-Mills is greatly admired for his candid and down-to-earth teaching and writing style.

Heward-Mills has been awarded the Order of Merit of the Republic of Benin for His Outstanding Contributions to Society, which is the highest medal of honor in Benin.


  1. "Dag Heward-Mills is Awarded the Order of Merit of the Republic of Benin for His Outstanding Contributions to Society". 2021-07-16. https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/546471567/dag-heward-mills-is-awarded-the-order-of-merit-of-the-republic-of-benin-for-his-outstanding-contributions-to-society. 
  2. Editor. "Dag Heward-Mills Biography, Age, Early Life, Family, Education, Career And Net Worth". https://www.infoguideafrica.com/2020/10/dag-heward-mills-biography-age-early.html. 
  3. "President of Ghana Opens Dag Heward Mills Museum at Anagkazo Bible School" (in en-US). https://www.yahoo.com/now/president-ghana-opens-dag-heward-193500458.html. 

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