About the Author
Revd. Clive Pooley formerly taught Religious Studies in a secondary school, before undergoing theological training and becoming a pastor in East London for 15 years. For 12 years he was the senior pastor, leading the congregation into revival and seeing God’s goodness cascade through the members of the church and out into the ethnically diverse community.
As a result the congregation rapidly grew in confidence as they ministered to people outside the four walls of the church building, becoming church. As a result more and more people came alive in the Spirit of God. There was also an increased desire for holiness amongst church members especially as they sought to know God and His ways more fully.
His passion is for people to meet personally with Jesus, to experience the Father’s love and encounter the healing power of the Holy Spirit and so live transformed lives bringing change to their community. Clive continues to write and teach, and minister wherever and whenever.
The Feasts of Israel — God’s Plan Foretold
The ceremonies, rituals and prescribed Festivals each have priceless insights into the life, work, death and resurrection of the coming Messiah, Yeshua. Understanding these prophetic pictures should not just amaze us, they should inform and reassure us that God’s plan of redemption through Jesus Christ has unfolded perfectly and will continue to do so.
The Tabernacle — God’s Eternal Pattern
The New Covenant describes God’s people as earthen vessels or jars of clay who contain Spiritual Treasures. So the goal of our exploration is to discover these Temple Treasures — for example identifying our inheritance in Yeshua ha Mashiach. Simply put; the Son of God dwells in our hearts by faith, and in Him we possess all the riches of the Kingdom of Heaven. So in a very real sense readers will be challenged to explore the Temple in which God has chosen to dwell.More info →
Partnership in the Gospel — Building Kingdom Together
Partners in the Gospel bring about change in their community both practically and spiritually. These precious saints are a great blessing to fellow believers and to their community.
Thank God for people in our past and present who have lived and are living faithful lives, that they have been and are vessels of honour that set before us a good example! May we too be such faithful people as we Partner in the Gospel.More info →
Agapé – Pesach
In Agapé celebrations, Communion would have been part of the meal. In the early Church there was a real family atmosphere with all ages being present. This book and the accompanying Keynote Presentation explores the link between Communion and Passover (Pesach).
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Shavuot – Pentecost
Passover is seen as Israel’s betrothal to God whereas Shavuot is considered the Wedding Anniversary of the Covenant between God and Israel sealed at Mount Sinai. This book and the accompanying Keynote Presentation explores the link between Pentecost and the Feast of Weeks (Shavuot).More info →
Sukkot – Harvest
Harvest Festivals first started in Cornwall in 1843, and the tradition today continues in many churches throughout the world. Christians are increasingly seeing the relevance of Tabernacles to their own Harvest celebrations. This book and the accompanying Keynote Presentation explores the link between Harvest and Sukkot also known as Tabernacles or Shelters.More info →
The Hebrew Feasts Yeshua Observed
Believers in Messiah are not required to keep these feasts, but knowledge of them certainly enriches faith. Yeshua kept every one of them without fail, even celebrating Passover on His last earthly night.More info →
Glory calls us Higher
God is always expressing Himself. As He is glory — every time we gaze in wonder at creation — we see a glimpse of His glory. Every time He speaks into our hearts it’s revelation of His glory.More info →
Partnership in the Gospel
Partnership in the Gospel is an invitation for us all to reflect upon and pray about our commitment to Christ, His church and our Community. It is based on this key verse in Philippians 1:4-5.More info →
Creation: No Compromise Necessary
Over the years the Biblical view of Creation has been challenged and not just from outside the church. Too many "Christians" have compromised the truth of God's word by simply accepting the media's definition. In this short account you will find answers to those who question the Bible's account of Genesis.More info →
Three Days and Three Nights
Did Yeshua fail to fulfil His own prophecy of 3 days and 3 nights in the Earth?
Or could tradition be wrong?More info →
Your Hands Shaped Me and Made Me
There are many ways to identify your spiritual gifts. You can take specialised inventories or questionnaires, read books, and listen to speakers talk about gifts. Each can be profitable, but the best way to identify your gifts is experience. Many don't know what their gift is because they have never tried to do anything. Identifying your gifts will also be much easier when you take the rest of your SHAPE in to account!More info →
This book considers the central aspects of the Tabernacle. Lifting our eyes from the earthly Temple — to that not built by human hands. For that is what the Bible says God’s people are, Temples of the Living God.More info →