The Going Beyond Conference Set contains the following sessions:
Ezekiel One : The first vision of Ezekiel the Priest is one of the most graphical descriptions of Tenakh. In this session Ian walks through this vision and how it relates to who we are.
Ezekiel Ten: Carrying on from the first session, Ian now looks at Ezekiel's next vision and how it relates to his first.
The Different Races in Genesis: In the first chapters of Genesis, we read of giants, angels and more. In this session Ian goes through the amazing number of beings referred to in the beginning chapters of Genesis.
A Body Transformed: In this session Ian talks about just how important of bodies are to us and what the future holds for us as a species.
Hannah: In this session Ian breaks down the amazing actions of Hannah and her priestly service to G-d, that resulted in one of Yisrael's greatest priests.
Priesthood: What does it mean to be a priest of G-d and where is our priesthood heading? In this session Ian discusses where we are heading in our service of G-d.
Please Note: There are currently no drawings included with this set.
In this four part teaching set, Ian teaches on pursuing the person who we know as the Holy Spirit.
Our relationship with Holy Spirit is foundational in our walk and intimacy with God, yet many of us struggle with the reality of who He is and knowing Him beyond a scriptural knowledge of what the bible says about Him.
This teaching set will challenge you to renew your passion for intimacy with Holy Spirit.
The Book of Hebrews in the New Testament states that Jesus is a High Priest after the Order of Melchizedek.
Further more, we are called Kings and Priests of our God. So, who is Melchizedek and what does it mean to be a priest after the Order of Melchizedek.
In this Teaching Set, Ian Clayton speaks about the growing reality of the current state of the Church and why we are called as priests and kings to administer the priesthood after the order of Melchizedek from Heaven into Creation.
This teaching set includes the following sessions: