Come and hear from some of the boldest, most uncompromising prophetic voices to hear what the Lord wants to do in 2024!


with Emma Stark, Sam Robertson, Jane Hamon and Special Guests

We believe that the Lord is descending His throne to the earth as He prepares His bride for His return. A flood of His glory and presence is about to hit the earth in a measure we haven’t seen before. Come to Start the year right! and hear from our prophets how to prepare and partner with the Lord for the coming wave of His glory.




Emma is the founder and co-director of the Global Prophetic Alliance, along with her husband David. She is a prophet, leader, broadcaster, teacher and author who operates with authority and authenticity as she ministers around the world. Born in Northern Ireland into a long family line of church pastors, Emma communicates with clarity, humour and Celtic boldness! 

Emma will be hosting this conference alongside David Stark, Sam Robertson and some of your favourite Power Hour presenters!


Simon Braker is a bold and confronting prophet, carrying a message of great purity for the church. He has been ministering internationally for over thirty years and along with his wife Joe, is a co-founder of Legacy Ministries International. During this time Simon has authored the School of the Spirit Training Program, which helps to equip churches in the practical ministry of the Holy Spirit.

Simon serves on the core leadership team for the British Isles Council of Prophets and he leads the UK Prophetic mentoring program, which focuses on equipping and raising healthy Prophets and Prophetic ministry.


Larry is the world-leading prophetic and charismatic book publisher, working under the mandate to “publish the prophets”.

Larry Sparks is a prophetic author, speaker, and lecturer on revival. He presently serves as publisher for Destiny Image, a Spirit-filled publishing house. Larry is fuelled by a vision to help the church community create space for the Holy Spirit to move in freedom, power and revival fire, providing every believer with an opportunity to have a life-changing encounter in the Presence of God.


Samuel Robinson is the founder of Voice of Revival. He is a well-known international speaker and revivalist, as well as a life coach for entrepreneurs and professional athletes. Samuel’s passion is to equip the body of Christ in understanding the call of God on their life and the importance finding their voice. 


Sam is a prophet, communicator and leader. Whether he’s prophesying over nations or equipping emerging prophets, Sam lives to make Jesus known and reveal His voice. Through dynamic and truth-filled communication, Sam desires to raise up a prophetically equipped church who stewards the power of God and see His kingdom come.

Begin 2024 with the prophets, the reformers and an army of radical worshippers!


GPA’s Ali McFarlane will lead us into spirit-led, fiery worship.


Ali is a Scottish worship leader who leads with authenticity and a fiery passion, carrying an authority to see strongholds broken and freedom restored in the name of Jesus! 

Ali brings a beautiful authenticity to all she does; most notably as Head of Worship here at Global Prophetic Alliance, and in her most recent collaboration with Luke Finch and The Revelation Room. She travels nationally, leading worship at churches, conferences and festivals and her music can be found on all major digital platforms. 

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Maria is a prophetic worship leader from Northern Ireland. Not only is Maria an incredibly gifted singer, her anointing in prophetic song brings hope to the nations. Maria’s heart is to see people living in freedom; the full freedom that Christ paid for on the cross.

Maria and her husband Mark are the founders of a worship movement called “Beyond the Surface” based in their homeland. There are desperate to see a massive move of God’s presence through these events, where people are free to experience the Holy Spirit in all His glory.


The Hilton Hotel is offering 10% for delegates who choose to stay at their hotel! Just use this link:


Our GPA Conference 2023 will be held in the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow.

Located off the M8, the Hilton hotel sits on the edge of Glasgow’s City Centre. The West End, the SEC, and OVO Hydro are within a one-mile radius. The hotel is only 20 minutes from Glasgow Airport. The event is in the ballroom on floor 3, with an exhibition area in the foyer. There is a lift giving access to the car park.


Can I pay later/ spread payments?

Yes, when you ‘Checkout’ to pay your ticket and complete you details you will be given the option to spread your payment across three equal interest-free payments by using the PayPal payment option.

Are there any Covid-19 restrictions?

All Covid-19 restrictions in Scotland/the UK have been lifted, including the wearing of masks. There are no restrictions on travel or entry into the UK. You should check your own country’s re-entry requirements for your return journey (for example, as of June 2022, a test is required before travelling to the USA). As with all all foreign travel you should ensure you have adequate travel insurance.

In the very unlikely event of a resumption of any Covid-19 restrictions that might lead to the cancellation of this conference we will fully refund all tickets, or offer a free transfer to a rescheduled event.

Are children welcome?

Children of all ages are welcome, but please note that our conferences involve long sessions and so they should be of a maturity to be able to sit without disturbing other registered guests.

Please note that we do NOT have a separate children’s programme or childcare facilities. 

You can purchase tickets for under 18’s and under 12’s. 

Can I get a prophetic word at the conference?

Because of the large number of attendees and the busy nature of the event our ministry teams will not be able to offer personal ministry, Prophetic Check-Ups or Miracle Clinic appointments. However, you will all hear from God during this conference!

Will there be merchandise to buy?

Yes! The GPA shop will be open throughout the conference, with new and exclusive merch, books and other gifts.

Why do you charge for registration?

Most of our broadcasts, services and ministry are completely free to watch and attend. We are a charity and, as such, do not run to make a profit but instead to benefit the public through the advancement of the Christian faith. Very special events, like this one, cost tens of thousands to host – from event hire and equipment costs, to speaker travel and staffing. We put these on to encourage the wider church family and to demonstrate that the worship of Jesus Christ is worth the sacrifice. The decision to have this conference at the Hilton Ballroom, which is expensive to hire, was taken so that many hundreds more people could be part of the event. We have to charge registration prices that are higher than usual in order to cover some of our costs. Even still, we believe that these prices are no higher than what we would all pay for similar events/hobbies/entertainment and/or education in the ‘secular’ world and represent good value for money.

We have introduced a higher priced ‘pay it forward’ ticket which allows generous patrons to ‘sponsor’ a discount on tickets for those who are less able to pay towards the full price of the event. We also continue to provide large discounts for young people, the future of the church.

You can spread your payments over a few months by choosing the PayPal option at checkout.

Where should I stay?

Glasgow has a wide selection of hotels to suit every budget and preference. 

The Hilton Hotel has generously offered a 10% discount for conference attendees. Claim your discount with this booking link:

There are also options in the City Centre such as Radisson Blue, Grand Central and more budget options such as the Premier Inn; they are ideally placed right next to train stations!

Comparison sites such as Expedia and Kayak can help you find other hotels, apartments and B&Bs.

Where can we eat?

Unfortunately meals are not provided and there are no coffee facilities on site. Tea and Coffee will be served free of charge on the Saturday only. You can bring your own food and drink into the Hilton ballroom.

There will be adequate breaks to allow you to travel to local cafes, restaurants and fast food outlets. We recommend you go back into the city centre for the wide range of choices that are available.

Is there car parking?

There is a car park at the Hilton Hotel that is £15 per day (£3 an hour). There are limited spaces. We recommend public transport as much as possible.

 Q-Park Waterloo Street opens at 6.30am and closes at 11.00pm. 99 Waterloo Street Glasgow G2 6HS. For the Sunday (or Saturday daytime) Cadogan Street Parking is closest but is closed in the evening.

Charing Cross Station parking is a similar distance to the Q-Park. Alternatively, you can park near Central Station and get the train to Anderston.

For Disabled parking: the Hilton hotel has 6 disabled parking spaces available in the underground car parking. This is on a first come, first serve basis. However, this is not free for blue badges, as it is private property.

Where should I fly to?

Although Glasgow is served by Glasgow International Airport (GLA) there are also options for the international flyer at Edinburgh Airport (EDI) just an hour from Glasgow.


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