Eston Swaby is a child of God who has faced many issues in life that oftentimes caused him to question who he is, his purpose, and if God cares about him. Through the Word of God, he came to the realization of who he is and how powerful his past and all the stuff the enemy had thrown at him has made him and is now living a victorious life after years of living a defeated life. He enjoys counseling, teaching and motivational speaking, writing and inspiring people. He lives in Jamaica and attends Remnant of Jesus Christ. Check out his website at www.estonswaby.com
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Hmm! This is a tough one. I enjoy a lot of books. But I would say my my top 5 favorite books are: 1. Unbroken Curses 2. Becoming a vessel of honor in the master's service 3. Become a Better You: 7 Keys to Improving Your Life Every Day 4. Break Out!: 5 Keys to Go Beyond Your Barriers and Live an Extraordinary Life
and of course my Bible
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a small community by the name of Cold Spring. Growing up I saw the mediocrity of many of the youths, and adults, and was determine not to follow in their footsteps. From an early age I was determine that I was not going to live a mediocre life but was going to fulfil my dreams.
I love to see people excel and be the person they were created to be. Growing up I was also affected by the words of people around me and all these greatly impacted the person I am now. In my first book An Empowered Life, I encourage readers to be the person they were created to be and not to allow anything stop or hinder them. I help them to understand that God has a perfect plan for their lives and their trials are God's way of shaping and reshaping us so that we can fulfil our purpose and grow
How do you overcome your past? How do you overcome the obstacles you're facing right now? How do you deal with yourself and the people around you? God made us to be victors and not victims, warriors and not weaklings, overcomers and not to be overcome by fear, low self-esteem, emotional issues, feeling inferior or living below our privilege.