Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Winners!

$250 (2 winners)

  • Julie James
  • Nicole Timberlake

Why Do We Call It Christmas? DVD from What’s in the Bible (10 winners)

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Wright on Time: Arizona (Kindle Edition) by Lisa M. Cottrell-Bentley (10 winners)

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Simplified Pantry by Mystie Winckler (5 winners)

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Nature Study Through the Holidays from Shining Dawn Books (5 winners)

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Honoring the Rhythm of Rest by Daniele Evans

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Wooden Block Pillar Set from Blessings Unlimited With Meg

  • Melissa Mullins

Bottle of Thieves Essential Oil from Granola Mom for God

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Christmas Angel doll & book set

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Kindle version of Betrayal’s Wake by J. Heather Leigh

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Lilla Rose FlexiClip and 2 sets of Hairsticks

  • Heather Bowen

$25 Credits to Little Learning Lovies (4 winners)

  • Teri Davis
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  • Kristy
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File Folder Games Ebook and Fall Fun Pages Ebook from Mama’s Learning Corner (5 winners)

  • Diane Knecht
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  • Trisha Kilpatrick
  • Julie
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