MPP 003: Doug Flutie And His Mission With The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation For Autism

Christopher Duffley talks with Doug Flutie about his mission with the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation For Autism, and then his dad, Steve Duffley, joins in to talk about their thoughts on the a Night To Shine Gala that was held to support the foundation. Following that is Lean On Me from the gala that night.

MPP 002: Christopher’s Musical Journey (Part 2)

  Christopher and his dad, Steve, continue the discussion of Christopher’s musical journey, and his sister, Grace, joins us to talk about her experiences with the Believer CD project. Links Mentioned In The Episode: Prestonwood Video Christopher Duffley With The Harlem Gospel Choir (Lean On Me, NYC) Christopher Duffley Sings National Anthem @ Red Sox 2015 Christopher Duffley @ World …

MPP001 – Christopher’s Musical Journey (Part 1)

  Christopher and his dad, Steve, talk about Christopher’s musical journey, and how he became a YouTube sensation singing Open the Eyes Of My Heart. Christopher singing at Soulfest to the left. Click here for all Mission Possible Episodes:   Please, Subscribe, Rate and Review!!!  It’s the best gift you can give Christopher is to help his ratings.  Thank you! Be …

MPP 000: Christopher Duffley’s Early Years

I could hardly contain myself when iTunes notified me it had posted; I did it!  This is my first, very own personal podcast, Mission Possible.  Welcome to our first episode, Christopher Duffley’s Early Years.   In this episode you will find the ground-breaking accomplishment of a 14-year-old boy (me), beginning a new mission in life. You might be wondering, how …

Change Happens

Getting older is just part of life.  Today I realized that, indeed, the little boy is just about gone.  He has grown into a true TWEEN.  Thirteen years old will arrive on May 19, 2014 and I do not want to acknowledge this change, nor see the visible changes of his first pimple or sweaty armpits that have arrived.  As …

What If We Stopped Asking “What If?”

When Christopher’s birthday arrived this past May 19th, I pondered awhile about the “what-ifs.” What if he had not been born? What if he died? What if he could see? What if my brother had cleaned up his act? What if………? I guess that is a natural thing to do when thinking about the tidal wave made by the choices …

Sharing Christopher’s Story

It’s hard to believe it has been over 10 years since Christopher entered into our lives.  At the time of his birth, I had four of my own children ages 8 months to 8 years.  I can honestly say, it all started with a prayer and then a tug at my heart. Before Christopher’s homecoming, there was a  prayer that …