10th Day of Christmas Giveaway with Whitney Capps

We are nearing the end…it is day 10 of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways!

You may comment on each day’s post to be put in the drawing for that particular prize.

Then, one gal who comments on all 12 posts will win the grand prize. (You can scroll down below to day one to see it.)

Comment on any post until midnight EST, Sunday December 11th. (Yes, that means if you are just joining us you can catch up by commenting on all the posts!)

All winners announced Monday, December 12th.

Well, for today’s Proverbs 31 featured guest, we’ll hear from the one on our team who would play Mary if we put on a live nativity, the very pregnant Whitney Capps:

Whitney is a mom-in-the-trenches to her three little fellas-Cooper, Dylan and Ryder.
She and husband Chad are awaiting the “any minute now” arrival of their fourth son, Tate.
She’s a funky, fresh gal eager to share her frailties  and follies as wife and mom to help others along the way.
Her passion is helping her kids fear and follow the everyday, accessible God.
Fun facts about Whit: her favorite Christmas soundtrack is Chris Tomlin’s Glory in the Highest CD; she has never tasted fruit cake and loves Christmas “party” food.
Hop over to her blog today to get a Tate update and spend a little more time with Whit…

For her giveaway today, she is offering $30 worth of merchandise from our Proverbs 31 online store.

You can click here to window shop and see the great products and resources we offer.

The winner will get to take a cyber shopping spree. Yippeee!

Now, for Whitney’s post, enjoy this short video:


To be entered in Whitney’s giveaway, tell us your favorite Christmas song or carol.

See you back tomorrow for another great giveaway!


  1. thanks whitney,my favorite song is Mary did you know..as a mother i can only imagine (another good song)how she must have felt..my husband and i love christmas eve,getting ready for santa.my childern are grown and we have not been able to do our christmas eve thing.no young kids no santa,well that has changed in may my husband and i adopted one of Gods little angels..what a blessing that has been..so this year it is game on..Father God thank you for whitney..lord thank you for being with her and that little blessing she is carrying. Lord bless her, and her family..i pray for little tate,Lord lead him to big things..i love you and give you all the glory..in Jesus name i ask…amen

  2. Too many favorites, but just a few of my top ones are:
    Mary Did You Know?
    Little Drummer Boy
    Do You Hear What I Hear?

  3. I love “Hark!, The Herald Angels Sing” because the song tells why He came:

    Mild He lays His glory by
    Born that man no more may die
    Born to raise the sons of earth
    Born to give them second birth

  4. O Holy Night, especially when Pastor Wil McCain from *One Spokane sings it, gives me goosebumps and tears every time.

  5. I love “Mary did you Know” especially sung by Kathy Matea
    how amazing the faith of a young girl
    God gave her so much more that she could ever imagine

  6. Oh I have SO many favorites! But this year Little Drummer Boy is really touching my heart. I just love listening to the story in this song. How the boy offered such a simple gift yet it was so meaningful and the line where “He smiled at me” just sends goosebumps all over. To think of Jesus being so proud of the little boy and his gift. Just melts my heart! :)

  7. Oh Whitney, you rock girl! I love your spunk and spirit! I will be praying that “Tate” stays put a little longer =) I’m going to go with Holy Night….(I’m no where close to being that woman, but I certainly am trying!) Thank you so much for sharing and congrats!!

  8. My favorite Christmas song is Hallelujah (Light Has Come) by the Barlow Girls. I love the idea of Christmas Adam!!! Congratulations on the expectation of your new little one, that makes Christmas just that much more special!!!!

  9. It’s hard to pick just one – but as a mom, “Mary did you know?” has always spoken to me, and this Christmas season, “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” has had special meaning to me.

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