“It does not take a majority to prevail, but a …tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in people’s minds.” – Sam Adams

Seeds of Fire Community Engagement is a Christian film series designed to spark compassionate discussion on sexuality, relationships, and the human person.

Preview the films in our series

Why film?

This series explores a number of sensitive topics that involve a great deal of human pain. In a highly visual society, most people aren’t seeking answers in research studies and long reports. Film still captivates, however, allowing us to share an informed Christian perspective on some of the most challenging issues impacting individuals, families, and society today. Learn how you can bring Seeds of Fire to your community.

What topics does Seeds of Fire address?

Seeds of Fire features a number of Christian and secular documentary films that open up tough conversations about sexuality, relational breakdown, and human identity. We will continue to add more films as they are made available. Sign up to learn about new films.

Go beyond the political arguments to unmask a true American tragedy.

Online predators and the dangers of youth culture.

Belgium's 15-year social experiment has gone horribly wrong. Now, proving that everyone is vulnerable.

The definition of family is changing. Does this really matter?

The destiny of humanity passes through the family. Exploring men, women, and the harmony of creation.

Pornography impacts everyone in some way.Learn more to bring God’s light into the shadows.

America's first freedom is coming under attack. What can churches, business owners, and families do about it?

Are people born gay? Does the church have anything to offer to people with same-sex-attractions?

Human slavery is more common now than ever before and it is happening right in front of us.

We’ve entered the brave new world of assisted reproduction, but does it have a dark side?

What value do abandoned babies have? Meet a man who is changing the world.

Why would churches do this?

“If the task of the twentieth century was to rid itself of the Christian sexual ethic, the task of the twenty-first must be to reclaim it.”  Christopher West

Sexual and relational brokenness are two of the most significant human care needs in our time.  Yet, the Church’s response is troubling. Many churches are completely silent on sexual matters. Some offer only a list of biblical prohibitions, but fail to communicate a positive formulation of the beauty of God’s design for sexuality and relationships. Others have embraced the world’s teaching and are abandoning the historic Christian witness on sexuality.

Seeds of Fire was developed to help churches around the country communicate the Christian sexual ethic through the following goals:


the Good News of Jesus Christ to our community in a bold and unexpected way.


Christian principles and biblical guidance on tough issues facing families, churches, and society today.


matters of deep personal concern and significant public impact with safety and compassion.


local churches to address sexual and relational challenges openly and compassionately.


spiritual, sexual, and relational wounds suffered by individuals, families, and society through the love of Christ.


local, regional, and national organizations conducting human care outreach on these issues.

Impact stories

“With mainstream media constantly pushing their own agenda, it’s great to see a film series that challenges the status quo of the most important issues of our times. Seeds of Fire is one of those voices crying in the wilderness.”

-– Kevin Dunn, filmmaker, The Euthanasia Deception

“Thanks for creating this series and really putting these issues out there! They’re tough, but we need to communicate about them in light of our Christian faith.”

– panelist at Seeds of Fire in Oshkosh, WI

“I am grateful there are people talking about these matters and trying to improve society.”

– attendee at Seeds of Fire in Oshkosh, WI

“Thank you so much for allowing us to partake in such a great, faith-filled weekend. It was a delight meeting you in person and sharing our faith.”

– feedback from a series sponsor

“So thankful to hear these perspectives in love and concern. I easily get to hear about this issue in the media, but not a Christian stance. This was a blessing.”

– attendee at Seeds of Fire in Oshkosh, WI

“I have been very impressed with the whole concept of ministry that Brushfires presents. Their film series highlights and educates about sensitive topics that are often too difficult to bring up at a Sunday morning worship service.”

– Rev. Steven Huff, Hope Lutheran, Fond du Lac, WI

“Your event was absolutely fabulous! It ran very smoothly, and the panel discussion with paper questions was a great way to put a time limit on how the question is presented. The setting was awesome as well! Very elegant, yet intimate.”

– feedback from a series sponsor

“The film was very impacting. Great panel, interesting discussion.”

– attendee at Seeds of Fire in Oshkosh, WI

“Not only is the Seeds of Fire film project a new way to spread awareness of sexual brokenness, but it’s a unique way to share the Gospel.”

– Chelsen Vicari, Institute on Religion and Democracy

“Thanks to God for people like yourselves that try and help and educate people – God bless you.”

– attendee at Seeds of Fire in Wautoma, WI

“Good resources, very informative, how important the Church is in this issue.”

– attendee at Seeds of Fire in Oshkosh, WI

Bring Seeds of Fire to My Community

Seeds of Fire is a highly adaptable film series that can be tailored to your unique outreach goals. Some choose to screen the films in public venues to engage a wider community audience, while others use them for educational outreach within their congregations or in small group settings.

Each topic page features one or more films that can be screened for free or with the purchase of a screening license. Screening requirements are located next to each film. Please check these details before screening any of the films listed on this site.

Seeds of fire has been developed to allow any church or community group to host a screening for just the cost of the screening license, but we’ve also developed a guidebook to guide churches through the process of hosting a successful series. For a minimal cost, we can walk you through the steps you need to launch a vibrant film outreach in your community. Get started today!

Jesus said, “I came to bring fire to the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled!”
Luke 12:49

Seeds of Fire Community Engagement is a missions project of The Brushfires Foundation.


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