Dag Heward-Mills was born on 14 May 1963 to a Swiss mother and Ghanaian father (Nathaniel and Elizabeth Heward-Mills) in London, United Kingdom. He’s a Ghanaian evangelist, pastor and prolific author who is famous as the founder and Presiding Bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel International.
University of Ghana – Medical doctor
Dag was ordained in 1990 at the Victory Church, London, and consecrated as a Bishop in 1996, by the International Ministerial Council of Great Britain. There’s something remarkable about him, Heward-Mills has trained more than 1,980 pastors and 470 lay ministers worldwide, in addition to that he has built over 400 church buildings worldwide. Lighthouse Chapel International was founded by him in 1987 and he also was the founder of a bible school — The Anagkazo Bible Seminary. He got married to his wife Adelaide in 1990 who has been a reckoning force in the ministry too. The couple are blessed with four children.