May 14, 2016, marks the 53rd birthday of the founder and Presiding Bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel International, Dag Heward-Mills.
On 14th May, 1963, the prolific author, conference speaker, evangelist and theologian was born to a Swiss mother and Ghanaian father in London, United Kingdom.
Bishop Heward-Mills was ordained into ministry in 1990 at the Victory Church, London, and consecrated as a Bishop in 1996, by the International Ministerial Council of Great Britain.
He has trained more than 1,870 pastors and built over 400 church buildings worldwide.
He also serves on the board of directors of Church Growth International and the Pentecostal World Fellowship.
He is founder of the National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches and served as its chairman until August 2003.
Although Bishop Heward-Mills is a trained medical doctor, he quit the practice to do the work of God.
He is recognised as one of the leading men of God with a huge following in Ghana and beyond.