Who read the book Model Marriage and felt it was exceptional? Well, I did.

Dag Heward-Mills, the author of this great book along side more than 40 0ther books, is a  is a Ghanaian Minister based in Accra, Ghana.

He was born on the 14 May 1963 to a Swiss mother and Ghanaian father (Nathaniel and Elizabeth Heward-Mills) in London, United Kingdom.

He had his secondary education at Achimota School before proceeding to the University of Ghana Medical School, where he was trained as a medical doctor.

Heward-Mills was ordained into the ministry in 1990 at the Victory Church, London, and consecrated as a Bishop in 1996, by the International Ministerial Council of Great Britain.


He also serves on the board of Directors of Church Growth International  and thePentecostal World Fellowship. He is founder of the National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches and served as its chairman until August 2003, when Steve Mensah of Christian Evangelistic Ministry (CEM) was elected Chairman for a two-year term as his successor.

He often states that God placed upon him the anointing to teach.


Dag Heward-Mills’ books  are usually  non-fictional . His style of writing is notably simple and understandable, with a wealth of scriptures.  The books include titles such as The Art of Leadership, The art of hearing, the renowned Loyalty and Disloyalty series of seven titles, the best-selling marriage counselling book Model Marriage and The Megachurch. His writings are now available in 27 languages including French, Russian, Portuguese and Spanish, and have been made accessible to millions of people worldwide. His works have been patronized by several church leaders of other denominations who   have tangibly benefited from key biblical insights in the books. The most popular of the books so far has been Loyalty and Disloyalty, which was accredited the Grand Award from the Ghana Christian Book Awards body in 2007. It is now one in the Loyalty series of seven books.

He married his wife Adelaide  in 1990. Their marriage is blessed with four children.

Source: His books and Wikipedia.

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