Charol Messenger’s life motto is, “Live by the still, small voice within.”
November 2, 1975, Charol Messenger was shaken out of her mundane life when she fell into a deep slumber and saw angels surrounding her amidst a heavenly glow, heard their chorus of song, and felt the presence of Archangel Michael overlighting her as revelations came in waves to her about humanity's future. The next day, she began writing. Then on January 13, 2019 at 3:30 a.m., she was wakened by an inner nudging and went to her meditation room. In the arm chair, while she was deep in the consciousness, Jesus began speaking to her the first Letter of many that he wishes to share with all humanity.
Charol Messenger’s civic achievements include founding the Books for Iraq charity, through which she shipped books to troops in Iraq for the children and Iraqi citizens in 2004-2005. Her international twelve-page newsletter “Global Citizen” in 1987-88 earned her recognition from Colorado Governor Roy Romer and author Richard Bach.
Her memberships include Best-Selling Authors Association and World Future Society; she was interviewed in 2012 for the latter’s magazine “The Futurist,” for Humanity 2.0: The New Humanity.
She has a B.A. in English, philosophy, and world religions from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, 1985. As a professional writer since 1994, she has published 220 articles and book reviews in Canada, L.A., and Denver and a column in Colorado Springs. As a freelance developmental book editor, she has completed 252 books, among 1,466 professional projects.