Emma Stark

Emma is a prophet who operates with authority and authenticity. She travels all over the world, giving clear and direct prophetic input to leaders, churches and ministries, equipping the body of Christ to better hear from God and apply it to transform lives, communities, cities and nations.

Emma founded Glasgow Prophetic Centre in 2009 and, together with her husband David, is the Director for Christian International Scotland, a member of the Christian International Ministries Network founded by Dr Bill Hamon and part of the Transform Europe movement led by Dr Sharon Stone.

When Emma founded Glasgow Prophetic Centre her aim was simple: ‘listen to God more – and help other people do the same’. Now she does this on a big scale wherever she goes, as a church leader with an apostolic call, an international speaker of authority and a prophet to nations. Emma is at home teaching on a platform but equally loves her private preparation times with the Holy Spirit, going deep into the truth of God’s word.

A gifted communicator, Emma loves to preach, teach and activate – she comes from a long family line of Bible teachers (her father, who was a local Baptist church pastor for over 40 years, now works alongside Emma and her team).

In Glasgow, Emma and David lead an apostolic hub with a staff of over fifty experienced prophetic ministers. Their vision is to host the presence of God and to equip, inspire, train and release those who will bring Kingdom transformation into every sphere of culture. Over the last seven years, many thousands have been trained and activated in prophecy and the revelatory gifts. Emma and her team have given well over 15,000 man hours of personal prophetic ministry to people who travel to Scotland from all over the world. From the Centre, millions of ‘Lion Bites’ daily prophetic emails have been sent to strengthen and encourage the children of God in almost every nation.

Over the years, Emma has been a successful corporate business manager, a church leader, a media spokesperson, a trained counsellor and a student leader. She and David live in the heart of the city of Glasgow with their three remarkable children and Joy, their Labrador Retriever. They sponsor Clarence, a young Tanzanian boy, through the charity Compassion.