Reverend Don Sills was more than a preacher of Christ, he was also a preacher of liberty.
He was one of the founders, and the first presidend of, the George Wythe College, and institution dedicated to classical education. Sills has been in films, appeared on hundreds of broadcast radio and television programs, including the Phil Donahue Show, Larry King Live, and Pat Robertson’s 700 Club. He has served as Chaplain for the World Conference of Mayors, president of the Coalition for Religious Freedom, executive director for the World Council for Religious Liberty in Geneva, Switzerland, and president of the Texas-based Family Entertainment Network. Along with W. Cleon Skousen, he taught “The Making of America Conferences” internationally.
Here he speaks of his own world-wide journey in defending freedom, and his journey with W. Cleon Skousen.
His legacy is in teaching the next generation the principles and appreciation of the Constitution.