Dag Heward-Mills and wife Adelaide celebrate 30th marriage anniversary in Singapore (photos)

Dag Heward-Mills and wife Adelaide celebrate 30th marriage anniversary in Singapore (photos)

- Dag Heward-Mills and his wife have celebrated their 30th marriage anniversary

- The anniversary celebration happened in Singapore where the couple are on a visit

The founder and presiding bishop of the Lighthouse Group of Churches, Dag Heward-Mills and his wife, Adelaide, have celebrated their wedding anniversary.

Heward-Mills and Adelaide have been husband and wife for 30 years now.

The special date fell on a day in Singapore where the couple is currently having a programme. They were hosted to simple celebration by their hosts.

Mrs Heward-Mills took to social media to share photos of the anniversary celebration.

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"30 years of marriage. Honoured by our hosts, Pastor Dominic & Sister Chin Inn & their church - Trinity Christian Center, Singapore," she captioned one of the photos on Instagram.

Sharing another photo, Mrs Heward-Mills thanked God and praised her husband.

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She wrote: "Husband of my youth. It’s the Grace, Mercy & hand of God that has brought us through 30 years of marriage. To God be the Glory. Thank you for choosing me to be your wife, Bishop Dag. I am blessed by God."

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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