“I expect Jesus to touch many lives. Rwanda belongs to Jesus,” says Ev.Dag Heward upon his arrival in Kigali

By Patrick Nzabonimpa

Ghanaian International Evangelist, Dag Heward-Mills arrived in Rwanda on the night of September 17, where he is expected to minister at a three-day ‘Healing Jesus campaign’ in the City of Kigali and Southern Province of Rwanda.

At Kigali International Airport, the world icon evangelist was received by different church and ministry leaders as well as youth believers with joy and excitement.

Healing Jesus Campaign is expected to run from September 22 to 24 at Tapis Rouge in Nyamirambo and Muhanga district. It was organised in partnership with Rwanda Interfaith Council.

Speaking during his arrival, Evangelist Heward said that God who sent him to Rwanda wants him to be there.

When asked what people shall expect of the campaign, he said, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. I want to invite everyone to be there, and I believe that God’s power is real. Power belongs to God. God is going to touch many lives. People are going to be saved. People are going to be changed. People are going to be healed, and Jesus Christ is still the same. So, I expect Jesus to touch many lives. Rwanda belongs to Jesus.”

He added that he is excited to be in the country and hopes to see gorillas this time.

As part of the campaign, Evangelist Heward is also set to chair seminars for church leaders from different denominations and ministers during the crusade.