Sheep Among Wolves Publishing



by Chelsea Burden

by Courtenay Burden







Christmas Stories

by Brianna Burden

by Chelsea Burden






Free Short Stories and Downloads
Is homemaking a call for every woman? Or is it only the responsibility of a few? What does it truly mean to have our hearts at home?

by Mrs. English

If you enjoy Christian fiction with a sound message, conveyed with a unique twist, then “What It Said at Home” is a story for you.

by Emily Steele Elliott

When Harry decides to consecrate himself and everything he has to the Lord, he discovers that “All for Jesus” is a motto that reaches much further than missionaries and church offerings.

by Thomas Williams

Does God actually care about something as trivial as watercress? This FREE short story by Samuel Prout Newcomb is a challenge to examine the truthfulness of our words—even in little things.

by Samuel Prout Newcombe

Do you struggle with regret because daily responsibilities leave you little or no time to work for God? “Mary’s Secret” by Catherine Douglas Bell is the story you have been waiting for!

by Catherine Douglas Bell

Nellie's Christmas Letter by Emily Elizabeth Steele Elliott

by Emily Steele Elliott

“I have been all over town, and no one would take me,” John tells his widowed mother in this FREE short story. Has he made the right choice in trusting the Lord, no matter what?

by Uncle Rupert

Two days isn’t very long to soak in a panorama of historic events. Will our heroine’s whole attention be absorbed by the vivid scene, or will she find time to delve deeper and discover the motives which give the pageant it’s soul?

by Unknown Author







Homeschooling Resources


by Courtenay Burden

Are you looking for a Christian course that will teach your high school student to write poetry? Check out our FREE 10 Weeks to Writing Good and Great Poetry.

by Chelsea Burden




What do you do with Christmas in the midst of tragedy? This classic Christmas poem faces one of our most difficult questions—with an answer that rings true through the ages.

by Henry W. Longfellow

Great writers get to break the rules. This can be annoying, but it’s true—and one of the most vivid examples is Alfred Tennyson’s “Crossing the Bar.”

by Alfred Tennyson

What do you visualize when you hear another Christian speak of the path “that leads, my Saviour, up to Thee”? 19th century poet Harriet Mozley offers a unique perspective.

by Harriet Mozley

Wordsworth’s “The Longest Day” is a poem to include in any high school curriculum. It is a masterpiece from the pen of one of the most celebrated of English writers—and it is a poem that is good as well as great.

by William Wordsworth

Do you find your highest aspirations lost in the everyday-ness of life? This FREE poetry download will challenge you to look at your daily world in a new and more beautiful way.

by Anna L. Waring

If you are looking for a pure, elevating, and inspiring example of Christian poetry, “The Second Day of Creation” is for you!

by Thomas Whytehead

We may leave behind places and events and memories in this next year that we will be sorry to part with. No matter how many "pleasant lines" we leave behind, if we are faithful to God and His Word, we may know that the future is bright.

by Chelsea Burden

Why did I choose to title my poem "November Beauty?" When our heart is as grateful as it ought to be, we'll see everything as a blessing.

by Chelsea Burden