As a writer, Wayne Messmer has focused a good deal of his attention of his creativity on what he describes as audio essays. As a storyteller, the pieces find their way into print and in audio recordings that draw attention to the appreciation of life’s little details. His Messmer-izing Moments series is a collection of real life observations of the world in which we live.
The Voice of Victory is the autobiographical account of Wayne Messmer. The book canvasses his rise to fame as the premier singer of the National Anthem; his career as a broadcaster, speaker and sports personality; and his devastating, near fatal experience of being shot in the throat during an armed robbery attempt. The story focuses on hope; dedication to following a dream; and overcoming of faith, family, friends and forgiveness.
“Wayne Messmer’s book is a powerful story of courage and conviction.”
– Bob Collins, WGN Radio, Chicago
"The Voice of Victory is a wonderful, true-life message of faith
and determination that will make you want to stand up and cheer.
– Melissa Giovagnoli, Author of Angels in the Workplace
“Wayne Messmer is the voice that should not be silenced.”
– Dominic Grassi, Author of Bumping into God:
35 Stories of Finding Grace in Unexpected Places