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Day 11 of 12 Days of Christmas! (with Ashley Morgan Jackson)

It’s Day 11 of 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways! If you’re just joining in, be sure to start at Day 1 here .

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Although all you need to do to enter is comment here, I will also be snooping around on social media, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, looking for people who are promoting the giveaway by sharing an image along with the hashtag #12daysofchristmasgiveaways When you do so, you will be entered a second time for the giveaway that day!

Additionally, there is a grand prize for one person who comments on all 12 days, so set a daily alarm on your phone phone for now until December 18th and join the fun!

This year our Grand Prize is worth over $225!! It includes:

   Today our guest is my Proverbs 31 Ministries teammate Ashley Morgan Jackson. She is a wife, mom, writer, and fabulous friend. She is also one of the most social media savvy people I know. (Her giveaway is based on this fact!) And now, meet Ashley!

Day 11: Favorite Christmas Food Item

Yesterday we talked Christmas cookies. But let’s not stop there. So many yummy Christmas foods exist!

My favorite Christmas food is green olives by the name of Graber. They were delicious, unlike your traditional green olive, with a speckled skin. Growing up, we would have bowls of them every Christmas every year. My great great grandparents were original settlers in Ontario, California and knew the farmers of these olives and had purchased them since the beginning of the farm as far back as 1894.

Now it is your turn. What is your favorite Christmas food that is not a cookie? Leave your answer in the comments below and you could win my giveaway!

Day 11 Giveaway

Thanks Ashley! And now for her giveaway. Learning how to take your social media design to the next level doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Ashley is giving away a social media course. In it you will learn how to use one app, the OVER app, that can take your social media game and design ability to the next level, all on the convenience of your phone. In this course you will get seven video lessons on how to up your social media design game as well as a 42 page workbook to use alongside them!


Ashley Morgan Jackson is an author who loves encouraging women in Christ to walk boldly in their identity and calling. She has written a book about her depression, The Blessing of Being Broken, a Bible study by the name of Called to Build on the book of Nehemiah and recently released a podcast by the same name to equip women to take steps toward the dreams God has placed in their hearts. She also works as the COMPEL Community Coordinator at Proverbs 31 ministries, a training for writers, where she oversees the COMPEL members, volunteers and runs COMPEL’s social media. She is a wife of twelve years, a mother of two little boys, and a lover of Jesus, dancing and laughing so hard it hurts. You can connect further with Ashley at www.ashleymorganjackson.com.


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  1. U.S. Addresses only please.
  2. You can comment on all 12 days (once per person) up until midnight Pacific time, Sunday, December 20. Each day will be linked below for easy reference.
  3. One daily winner will be chosen from each day’s comments.
  4. To enter to win the Grand Prize (worth over $225 and includes: A leader kit of my What Matters Most Lifeway study of Philippians, including the teaching DVD’s and one Bible study guide; a Wheatfield Woman ESV journaling Bible from Wheat and Honey Co.; a pink cable knit throw (other color options available); a pour-over coffee dripper ; a half pound of Fortress coffee, a company started by two fellow alumni from Spring Arbor University; an insulated pink shimmer mug–or color of your choice), comment on and share all 12 posts. You can use the share buttons below or repost and share on Instagram (my fave!) and tag me @karenehman.
  5. All winners (including Grand Prize) will be announced here on the blog on Monday, December 21, and contacted via email. Please allow 4-6 weeks to receive your prizes.

Day 1 with Shannon Acheson

Day 2 with Amber Smith

Day 3 with Bella Schwenk

Day 4 with Andrea Brouwer

Day 5 with Nicki Koziarz

Day 6 with Alexis Joseph

Day 7 with Kia Stephens

Day 8 with Chrystal Evans Hurst

Day 9 with Jodie Berndt

Day 10 with Alexandra Hoover

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  1. My family’s Christmas breakfast is always my favorite; usually pecan french toast or monkey bread and a fritatta!

  2. So hard to choose…so many favorites! One of my favorites is a slow cooked roast beef with oven roasted potatoes. So yummy! We would often eat ham and turkey at my grandparents homes so we had something different…and it has stuck with me through the years and now it is something I do. May your day be blessed and filled with His joy at every turn!

  3. I always make a delicious ham on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning I make homemade biscuits and hash browns. For those who don’t like ham, I make cinnamon rolls. We all sit around the Christmas tree and open presents while we eat!

  4. Wild rice soup has always been apart of our Christmas meals. It always brings a comfort with the cold MN Christmas eves.

  5. Ever since watching the movie The Holiday, my husband and I started a fun tradition of making Christmas Alfredo. I love the “traditional” Christmas meals, too (turkey, cranberries, etc), but Christmas Alfredo is so fun!

  6. My favorite Christmas food that is not a cookie is homemade ravioli. My grandmother made them every year. She doesn’t make them anymore, but my sister does. I love them!

  7. We are Ukrainian so we love to make all sorts of Ukrainian foods for Christmas and my favorite has to be Ukrainian cabbage rolls. They are sooo good!

  8. This is hard! I’d have to say sausage balls are a favorite for me now, but I never had them growing up…that was a fun new thing when I started celebrating Christmas with my husband’s family!

  9. My favorite food is the dressing. It’s a recipe handed down each generation. Until this year it had never been written down. When my husband’s grandmother got dementia we started 3 cook books for the grandkids. I have been collecting recipes from the family to put in them. These memories and recipes will last for more generations now.

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