- Bishop Dag Heward-Mills has called Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams the father of the charismatic movement in Ghana
- The bishop acknowledged the archbishop on the occasion of his 63rd birthday on May 12, 2020
- According to Heward-Mills, Duncan-Williams paved the way for the Church in Ghana and deserved to be honoured and celebrated
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Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, the founder and leader of the Lighthouse Church and all its affiliates has acknowledged Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams as the father of the charismatic movement in Ghana.
The bishop showered the heartwarming accolades on the Duncan-Williams on his personal Facebook handle as Duncan-Williams celebrated his 63rd birthday on May 12, 2020.
According to Heward-Mills, Duncan-Williams paved the way for the church in Ghana and deserved to be honoured and celebrated.
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He further acknowledged the sacrifices that the archbishop made and the grace God put on his life after which he added that Nicholas was indeed the father of the charismatic movement in Ghana.
Stories fly around about people turning their backs on and downplaying the relevance of those who came before them but Bishop Dag has proven otherwise and portrayed a true sign of a man of God.
Although the Lighthouse conglomerate has grown to be bigger than the Action Chapel International, the leader of Lighthouse still exercises humility before the archbishop.
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Many people were touched by Bishop Dag's words and joined in to celebrate the archbishop.
Reuben Anokye wished Duncan-Williams well on his birthday and added that this generation owes him dearly for his sacrifices.
Joseph Okenwa also poured many heartwarming words on the archbishop.
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The young trader narrated her predicaments to Kojo Yankson, in a short documentary sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Joy 99.7 FM.
According to Matilda, although she had recovered from the novel coronavirus, her colleagues stopped her from going about her usual business for the fear that she might infect them.
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