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Bishop G.

Emerson Scott

Always trust God and success will follow.

Bishop G. Emerson Scott

Apostle, Teacher, Leader, Entrepreneur, Inspirational Speaker and Author...

Bishop G. Emerson Scott’s captivating style of interpreting God’s divine messages directly from Orthodox Greek and Hebrew into layman’s terms relevant to his audiences has made him an internationally sought after speaker. As he ministers under the Holy Spirit, he powerfully unlocks the keys to kingdom living. In Sierra Leone, West Africa, he is known as “The Fire Man” because he preaches with such electrifying fire and conviction. People literally leap over tables celebrating and praising God Almighty.

 

A native of Houston, Texas,  Now Residing in Fort Lauderdale Florida, G.Emerson Scott began to express spiritual gifts at an exceptionally early age. He chose singing as one avenue to share his divine gifts and began to sing praises to the Lord at the age of four. By his sixth birthday, he had accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.

 

In February 1983 at the age of fifteen, he accepted his call to preach the gospel to all nations. And, in 1987, under the divine guidance of the Lord, G. Emerson Scott became pastor of his first church, the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in the Third Ward section of Houston. He served as the shepherd there for seven years before being guided by the Holy Spirit to organize the Trinity Fellowship Church. Under his dynamic, anointed and unique style of leadership, his membership grew from ninety members to over a thousand in less than five years. In October 2011, G. Emerson Scott became the Senior Pastor of Olive Branch COGIC now Impact Christian Center, Chief Apostle of the Impact Kingdom Center, and  Presently,  Sr. Pastor of St Ruth Missionary Baptist Church of Dania Beach, Florida.

 

Because he has a shepherd’s heart, he is blessed to be the spiritual covering for twenty-two additional churches throughout the state of Texas, Mississippi, and SouthCarolina. G. Emerson Scott is known for his charismatic trademark of boldness, spiritual vision, and uncompromising determination to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the world. 

 

Some of his many accomplishments include, Founder of a recognized Texas CDC and non-profit organization with three community programs: 1). The Virtuous Woman Center, which assisted chemically dependent women who desire help in making the transition into wholesome and productive lifestyle. And, provided a place for these individuals to reside with their children while receiving treatment. 2). Stages provided assistance to displace men in transition. Deliver Me Daycare Center offered a safe, Christian environment for children while their parents ventured unencumbered into the job marketplace.

 

G. Emerson Scott’s vision states, "To make Impact through economic development.” He continues to embrace other projects with his entrepreneurial and business skills. Some of his businesses include, CEO of Emerson Enterprises, LLC which serves as the umbrella for many of his business ventures. He is the CEO of Building Wealth Investments and a Realtor with Realty Associates. And, presently serving on the Board of Directors of the Housing Authority of Broward County, Dania United CDC.

 

G. Emerson Scott also has “The pen of a ready writer.” God has blessed him to author four books: True Stewardship, and Tithes Its Anointing, Offering and Its Anointing, and Impending Danger. He is presently working on his 5th book entitled, "Next."

 

Some of Bishop G Emerson Scott's most requested audio tape series include, How to Touch the Invisible, How to Walk in Your Destiny, Overcoming the Way of the Gentiles, Closing the Door to Generational Curses, and Covenant Relationship—The Importance of Marriage. As an anointed psalmist, he has carried his gift to the recording studio and is working on a solo project to be released soon.  

 

G. Emerson Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Divinity and is also the recipient of a Honorary Doctorate Degree from St. Thomas Christian University. 

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