Emma Major is a pioneer minister, blind wheelchair user, poet and artist.  She is passionate about supporting people and helping every one make the most of their lives no matter what challenges they face.

Emma is the author of books about mental health, ministry and poetry, including nativity plays, prayers, reflections about disability and climate justice.  In the covid Lockdown 2020 Emma was thrilled to see her book of poetry and artwork published by Wild Goose Publishing. Little Guy: Journey of Hope is available from all good bookshops.

Emma's primary creativity is poetry and you can read her poems in over a dozen poetry collections published around the world on themes including mental health, faith, grief, motherhood and climate change.  She has also published a number of her own collections including This is my story; This is my song about the grief of the death of a her boys before birth and an A to Z of mental health.

Emma has also shared her nativity plays, children's faith based stories, youth work ideas, reflections and prayers in number of formats.  One day she might create a comprehensive list of these, or more likely she won't worry about a list but keep creating.

Rather than list the books Emma has written you can visit her author listing at GoodReads.

Emma has embraced her creativity through disability and, having caught covid and developed long covid, has moved into digital painting which you can see on her instagram feed.  In March and April 2021 Emma created 40 abstract paintings and associated and haiku as a form of prayer.  As she reflected on these she realised these were a series raising awareness of climate justice.  For more about this visit Caring for Creation.

Emma is active on social media where she shares her artwork and poetry to encourage and affirm people; campaigns for a better world; and raises awareness of mental health and disability.

You can find Emma on social media by searching @emmuk74 on the following platforms:





LLM Calling has its own page on facebook and you can follow Little Guy on his Facebook page

Why not go and follow both those pages.