DuffleyMANCHESTER, N.H. – A 12-year-old boy who was born blind is inspiring the masses as he shares God’s word through song across the country. Christopher Duffley was adopted by his aunt Christine as a baby after he had been placed in foster care. Duffley was born at 26 weeks at 1 pound, 12 ounces, had cocaine in his system and was listed in critical condition. “There were several nights that we were told that Christopher wouldn’t make it through the night,” Christine outlined in a recent video regarding the boy’s testimony. “And at that point, I prayed for Christopher, and I just asked God to be with my brother and to do what His will would be.” She explained that for some time, she did not know what happened to her nephew as she and her brother lost contact. Christine later called social services to locate Christopher, and learned that he was in foster care. “I prayed and I begged the Lord, ‘Just show me what You would want,’” she recalled. “And He did. He answered in my heart. He told me, ‘Do not be afraid. I will take care of everything.’” Christine and her husband then adopted Christopher and raised him as their own. “Steve and I both felt that by inviting Christopher into our family, we were also obeying the voice of God,” she outlined in a bio on Christopher’s website. “In the Bible it says, ‘Whoever welcomes one such child for my sake welcomes Me.’ Jesus wasn’t kidding when He shared this with His disciples, as recorded in Matthew’s gospel.  We also felt that we were modeling to our children what our faith professes, the gospel of life.” More