InVerity is a ministry of the Northern New England Conference (NNEC) of Seventh-day Adventists’ Prayer Ministries.
In the summer of 2010, Kelly Veilleux, the Prayer Ministries leader, along with a number of pastors and laypeople, started to feel burdened about the need to spread the message of Christ our righteousness and justification by faith. After much prayer and planning, and with the blessing of NNEC leadership, they decided to move forward and conduct Righteousness by Faith Rallies throughout the conference. The first one was held in January 2011, in Barre, Vermont, followed by four others in 2011. The response was overwhelming.
Wanting to give the message an even bigger audience, the team realized that there was not a strong presence of audio available on the internet that shared the three angels’ messages within the context of justification by faith. One of the Righteousness by Faith Rally presenters, in particular, Pastor Shawn Brace, had also been burdened by this missing ingredient for a long time and was looking to start such a website. In addition to this, after communicating with others outside NNEC, it soon became apparent that there were a number of speakers who were growing increasingly aware of this vacuum of quality sermons within the context of justification by faith.
Thus, InVerity was born.
Affirming the fundamental beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the purpose of InVerity is to provide audio material that focuses on the three angels’ messages within the context of justification by faith. Ellen White, when asked on a number of occasions what she thought of the message of justification by faith, responded that it is “the third angel’s message in verity” (Review and Herald, April 1, 1890) saying that when she heard it presented for the first time, “every fiber” of her heart “said, Amen” (Ellen G. White 1888 Materials, p. 348). She also said, quite poignantly, that “our churches are dying for the want of teaching on the subject of righteousness by faith in Christ, and for kindred truths” (Review and Herald, March 25, 1890).
Pooling from speakers in North America and around the world who share the same vision, InVerity seeks to address that need.
For further information on the Righteousness by Faith Rallies, click here to read an article from the Adventist Review on the events.
For more information about the website and its mission and goals, see our FAQ page.