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Can One Message Change a Life? A City? The World?

I love podcasts. I love audiobooks. I love stories that open doors for me, give me something to think about, and inspire the sense that life is so much more than we think or know.

Messenger is all of these. And it is fun, well narrated, and accompanied by some beautiful piano music. Altogether, it is a wonderful adventure. And, it’s free and available in bite-sized portions which make for easy listening. Even if you don’t like listening to audiobooks or podcasts, you can read the complete text of each episode on the website.

MESSENGER is the story of a mysterious old woman, a bag lady, who delivers life-changing messages to seemingly random people all over New York City and Alana, a young journalist determined to uncover Messenger's story. In the surprise ending, Alana discovers the true meaning of their journey together. You can find the complete text of each episode, Questions to Ponder, and show credits in the episode description. Read more →