Archive - Richard Land

Richard Land is the president of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, N.C.

Racial reconciliation and the gospel

By Richard Land - Dec 16, 2014

It grieves me to witness the extent to which racial mistrust and animosity still besets and bedevils America. However, given the visceral response generated by the tragic events in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York, it is clear that we still have a long way to go in our national life before we achieve Dr. more »

Topic: Citizenship, Christian Citizenship, , Human Rights, Racial Reconciliation, Religious Liberty, Social Issues,

Urge Your Representative to Support Religious Freedom under Health Care

By Richard Land - May 15, 2013

Dear Friends:

Our cherished religious freedom is eroding quickly before our very eyes. While this is happening on multiple fronts, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) abortion/contraceptive mandate is one of the most visible means by which the government is stripping our freedom of conscience. more »

Topic: Life, Birth Control, Citizenship, Healthcare, Legislation, Religious Liberty,

Participate in the National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 2

By Richard Land - Apr 30, 2013

Dear Friends:

This Thursday, May 2 marks the 62nd annual observance of the National Day of Prayer. On this first Thursday of May, which is set aside each year by presidential proclamation, people from every corner of the nation will join together at churches, courthouses, businesses, schools, and other venues to seek the face of God and lift up our nation in prayer. more »

Topic: Citizenship, National,

Make Plans to Visit Your Representative this Week

By Richard Land - Feb 19, 2013

Dear Friends:

Our religious freedom is in great peril. Perhaps the greatest threat to this God-given freedom is the Obama administration’s abortion/contraceptive mandate forcing most employers to provide their employees insurance with free coverage of abortion-inducing drugs, contraceptives, and sterilization—regardless of religious or moral objections. more »

Topic: Life, Abortion, Birth Control, Citizenship, Religious Liberty,