Well-known evangelist to visit Bay

WELL-known Ghanaian Evangelist Dr Dag Heward-Mills is coming to Port Elizabeth and will feature in the Healing Jesus campaign from December 1 to 3.

The Switched on Mission, which recently hosted a campaign in partnership with African Enterprise, will be joining hands with the team from the Healing Jesus Campaign.

Healing Jesus Campaign is a non-denominational organisation founded by Evangelist Dr Dag Heward-Mills who is a medical doctor by profession with a ministry spanning over 25 years.

He has authored several books with 40 bestsellers, including The Art of Leadership, Loyalty and Disloyalty, and The Mega Church.

He is also a conference speaker and oversees a ministry that operates in over 60 different countries in Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, Australia, the United States and South America.

As part of his contribution to society he is involved in community projects such as the establishment of a hospital, which is a non-profit organization, located in Accra.

Last year, the Healing Jesus Campaign had some stops in the Limpopo, Free State, Gauteng and Mpumalanga provinces respectively.

These campaigns saw partnership with churches and spiritual leaders in South Africa such as Dr Elijah Masuangane, Bishop Mosa Sona, Apostle Colin La Foy and Pastor Ray McCauley, among others.

The campaign’s sole aim is to partner with all denominations, ministers, Christian organizations and Christians across the board in Nelson Mandela Bay to unite the body of Christ, and to promote moral regeneration in communities and cities.

The Healing Jesus campaign will take place on December 1 to 3 at the Dan Qeqe stadium in Zwide at 5:30pm.
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