By the grace of God, the first season of the Healing Jesus Crusade of this year has commenced, with powerful testimonies and notable, biblical miracles. Our first crusade in Maxixe saw over 30,000 souls gather to hear the word of God, delivered by Evangelist Dag Heward-Mills. On the first night of this day two crusade, Evangelist Dag preached about “Jesus Christ the Saviour and the Healer” ; a message that pricked the hearts of its hearers and provoked them to come to Jesus in their thousands.

As the evangelist prayed and declared healing over the people, many were touched by the power of God and healed of their infirmities.

We were amazed as we witnessed a lady who was bent of for years, have her back straightened and stood upright.

“And, behold, there was a woman which had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years, and was bowed together, and could in no wise lift up herself. And when Jesus saw her, he called her to him, and said unto her, Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity. And he laid his hands on her: and IMMEDIATELY SHE WAS MADE STRAIGHT, and glorified God.”

Luke 13:11-13

Jesus is doing the same miracles today in 2017, as he was over 2000 years ago! Jesus surely is the same today as he was yesterday and indeed will be forevermore! What a healing Jesus!

On the second night of the crusade, the evangelist taught the people of Maxixe about “Eternal Life”. Using graphic illustrations, he depicted how Jesus bled and died on the cross for us to be able to drink his blood, have eternal life and be washed and cleansed from all of our sins.

Souls were saved and delivered from devils and evil spirits. Many were carried screaming and writhing as evil spirits were cast out of them. The city of Maxixe will never be the same again. To God be all the glory!




Xai-Xai, formerly known as João Belo under the Portuguese rule, is known as an agricultural and industrial centre in Mozambique; a port that has provided and received goods and services for many years. However, never in all its years has this city received As the fleet of Healing Jesus Crusade vehicles entered this busy town, it was received with excitement and anticipation. Needless to say, this warm reception was reflected in the overwhelming attendance of this two-day crusade. The stadium was packed as people from all walks of life gathered to hear the gospel of our saviour.

Evangelist Dag preached the word and prayed for the sick, and as always, or faithful God was there to heal and save. Notable miracles that night include the healing of a little boy who hadn’t been walking since birth. He came into the crusade carried in his mother’s arms. However, as the power of God descended upon the crusade, the little boy experienced Jesus’ healing touch. His mother brought him to the stage and shared the testimony, and to the glory of God, he took his first steps on the Healing Jesus Crusade stage!



Our crusade in Maputo saw our largest crowds in Southern Africa, with well over 100,000 attendees over the course of the three-day crusade. Multitudes gathered with their sicknesses and burdens to hear the gospel, at the Zimpeto Stadium, with great faith and expectation.

The blind receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, and the poor have the gospel preached to them.

Luke 11:5


There were tears of joy as sight was restored and countless people received healing in their legs and walked away without the wheelchairs and crutches that brought them. Just as in the days of Jesus, those tormented with devils began to scream and throw themselves on the floor as they heard the word of God preached and as the evangelist prayed against evil spirits.

On the third and final night of the Maputo crusade, we saw over 45,000 people gather for one final encounter with God. What a crowd and what a buzzing atmosphere! Among them where various, prestigious government officials.

To God be all the glory for the mighty miracles that were wrought in Maputo, the capital city of this beautiful nation will never be the same again.