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My Heart Will Go On



SKU# 0816320691

By Joy Swift

ISBN: 0816320691 | 110 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2013

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It was a mother’s agonizing cry. And a crime too horrible for words. Four innocent children, brutally murdered. One surviving child would die twenty days later from a terminal illness. But these precious children weren’t the only victims that dreadful fall of 1977. Many more victims—including parents Joy and George Swift—were left alive to cope with the tragedy and deal with the indescribable grief.

Joy eventually found strength in the Lord, and clung to the promise of His return when she would see her children again. She wrote a book and traveled the country sharing her testimony. But despite the healing she experienced, Joy was still living as a victim…until she made a discovery that would transform her life forever!

Now almost three decades since her family’s traumatic ordeal, Joy shares with you the powerful life lessons that changed her from a victim to a victor through the power of Christ. In My Heart Will Go On, you will learn how to

  • find true self-worth in your Father’s eyes
  • choose to live as a victor
  • put on God’s armor of faith
  • feed your mind and body with healthy choices
  • stop asking “Why?”
  • reflect the Savior and come out shining
  • control your anger, cultivate patience, and embrace forgiveness

Whatever your circumstance, if you are struggling to let go of your victim mentality, there is One who holds the key to release you from your fear and despair. Let Joy’s triumphant story of hope empower you to live a joyful new life of victory in Christ. 

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It was a mother’s agonizing cry. And a crime too horrible for words. Four innocent children, brutally murdered. One surviving child would die twenty days later from a terminal illness. But these precious children weren’t the only victims that dreadful fall of 1977. Many more victims—including parents Joy and George Swift—were left alive to cope with the tragedy and deal with the indescribable grief.

Joy eventually found strength in the Lord, and clung to the promise of His return when she would see her children again. She wrote a book and traveled the country sharing her testimony. But despite the healing she experienced, Joy was still living as a victim…until she made a discovery that would transform her life forever!

Now almost three decades since her family’s traumatic ordeal, Joy shares with you the powerful life lessons that changed her from a victim to a victor through the power of Christ. In My Heart Will Go On, you will learn how to

  • find true self-worth in your Father’s eyes
  • choose to live as a victor
  • put on God’s armor of faith
  • feed your mind and body with healthy choices
  • stop asking “Why?”
  • reflect the Savior and come out shining
  • control your anger, cultivate patience, and embrace forgiveness

Whatever your circumstance, if you are struggling to let go of your victim mentality, there is One who holds the key to release you from your fear and despair. Let Joy’s triumphant story of hope empower you to live a joyful new life of victory in Christ. 

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Joy Swift


Joy Swift lives in the Midwest with her husband, George. They have three children born since the tragedy--Sandy, Matt, and Michael. Joy is the author of  "They're All Dead, Aren't They", When Death Isn't Fair, and Goodbye Forever?