By On December 23rd, 2005

Bishop Paul S. Morton: A Good Name

A successful preacher, community leader, creator of various public enrichment programs: the following is the story of Bishop Paul S. Morton and his fight with Bipolar Disorder:

“Bishop Morton is the son of a preacher man and was raised in the Pentecostal church. Born in Windsor in Ontario, Canada, he moved to New Orleans in 1972 and joined Greater St. Stephen as an associate pastor. An accomplished musician and singer, Morton began with 647 members and has seen the membership grow to more than 20,000. The church now has three church locations, offering eight worship services per week, with five services on Sunday. He has planted five ministries in the local area, and in 1997, the ministry purchased a former military base and renamed it St. Stephen City. This development provides affordable housing to more than 75 families. The ministry later bought other corporate properties and several other community businesses.”

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