Every so often God calls you. You may not know what that calling may be? You may not even know  when that calling will happen. Former baseball player Todd Dulaney joins Grant Desme who last year left major league baseball to become a Roman Catholic Priest.

Todd Dulaney was born December 20, 1983 in Maywood, IL. He grew up as a singer and an elite athlete and graduated from Walther Lutheran High School in Melrose Park, IL. In 2001, he was drafted from Wabash Valley Community College in Mt. Carmel, IL, by the New York Mets to pursue a professional baseball career.

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While refining his athletic skills, Todd realized that there was a higher calling for his life. He accepted an invitation to travel and perform background vocals for gospel artist and Grammy winner Smokie Norful.

His song “Pulling  Me Through” is sure to be added to Gospel shortlists for 2011.

Todd has worked with many award-winning artists, including Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Nicole and David Binion, and Donnie McClurkin. Currently, Todd is the worship leader at Faith Walkers Assembly in Rockford, IL.

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