Evangelist Dag Heward-Mills
People around the world know Bishop Dag Heward-Mills as a notable teacher of the word of God, and best-selling author.
In over 20 years of ministry, he has presented the straightforward and uncompromising message of God's love and has inspired hundreds of thousands of people, particularly in the remotest parts of Africa, through Europe and South America, to have a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. His message of the gospel of Jesus Christ is ever-so fervent and passionate, motivating him to ‘... go and teach ALL nations...’ (Matthew 28:19). He has remained committed to the preaching and teaching of the unchanging Word of God, backed by the miraculous power of the Holy Spirit.
Fulfilling the scripture in Matthew 25:35-36, the crusades present the full Gospel of Jesus Christ in the form of powerful preaching, divine healing, pastors' conferences, free medical outreaches and the distribution of clothes to the poor. There are also free distributions of books authored by Dag Heward-Mills, to all converts and local pastors. The year 2009 marked the winning of 1 million souls to the Lord!
Notable miracles have been documented in these meetings, indeed confirming the scripture in Acts 2:22, a man approved of God among you by miracles, signs and wonders. In the crusades, the blind receive their sight, the lame walk, chronic diseases vanish, the demon-afflicted get delivered and even the dead are raised. Evangelist Dag, with his crusade team, has held 132 evangelistic crusades since 2004 and over 10,429,478 million decisions taken for Christ, at an annual expense of over 2 million dollars.
The Healing Jesus Crusades continue to transform the lives of multitudes wherever they go with the power of the blood of Jesus. As the crusades cross over into international territories, the Evangelist believes that God’s mercy, favour and grace will continue to be upon this remarkable ministry.
Only eternity will reveal how much the ministry of Healing Jesus Crusade has impacted this generation.