Equipping churches to offer a compassionate Christ-like response to the sexual brokenness of the world.

Brushfires' founder ​and president ​Daniel Weiss ​shares how important it is for churches to share God's beautiful plan for sexuality in a pornographic culture.

"The Brushfires Foundation has been a straightforward, calm and persistent voice of reason addressing the sexual dysfunction all around and within us.  The prayerful approach of compassion toward our fallen condition is constructive and inclusive.  The public service offered opens communication on the issues of human sexuality and responds with Christian dignity offered to all."Rev. Mark R. Meier, Sr.

"The Brushfires Foundation has been a blessing to me and my congregation as we navigate through sexual brokenness and better discern God’s plan for sexual wholeness from the many false messages out there.  Brushfires equipped me with relevant and useful resources and provided insight and guidance as our church grows in Christ, begins to see discipleship as including both soul and body, and learns to minister to the sexually broken." - Rev. Stephen Wiesenauer

"Look into the work of The Brushfires Foundation and...you'll see the fingerprints of Jesus Christ, who has always cared deeply for the sexually broken--tenderly taking them by the hand, lending them His strength, and leading them into authentic and good manhood and womanhood. I pray you'll take advantage of the gift that is Brushfires Foundation, and more than that, I pray you'll join this worthy cause so the Brushfires will spread." - Josh Glaser, Executive Director, Regeneration Ministries

"The Brushfires Foundation cuts through the darkening haze about sexuality and brings forth the beautiful truth about who we really are in Christ." - Julie N., former ministry leader and mother of six.

"Thank you for your investment in the church, the Kingdom, & in us. We were blessed!"Barb H., pastor's wife

"Last night and today's presentations were awesome. Thank you for all you are doing to impact our community, Church and families. You are doing God's work and I am grateful for what you are doing." - Karen R., church lay leader 

"The ministry of Brushfires dedicates all its time and financial resources to reach out into the community in ways that improve their lives both physically and spiritually. And, I would say, does a better job than professional clergy can offer, simply because clergy don't have this level of expertise. Daniel and his ministry have been extremely helpful as a resource for those struggling with sexual sin in my congregation. And, The Brushfires Foundation has a prayer ministry which is a powerful weapon in fighting the culture of deceit and half-truths." - Rev. Steven Huff


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Why “Brushfires?”

People sometimes wonder why we named this ministry The Brushfires Foundation. We most often cite a Sam Adams quote: “It does not take a majority to prevail, but a …tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in men’s minds.” There is another influence on our choice of names, however, that is little known outside of Wisconsin.

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Made for something more

We often use the phrase “God’s design for healthy sexuality,” but this isn’t much more than a soundbite if we don’t take time to unpack and examine it. The Christian vision understands healthy sexuality as a means by which people make themselves a gift for another.

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What is your gift to the world?

I once attended a conference that began by asking everyone to pray about what God was calling us to share over the weekend. Only one phrase came to mind: “All you have to offer is your brokenness.”

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