|Birth Day||July 30, 1950|
|Age||70 YEARS OLD|
The founder, bishop, and pastor of a born-again Christian organization called the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, he also had a career as a gospel singer and became the Chief Executive Officer of the Tehiliah Music Group.
In his younger years, he was the youth choir director at his father's church and the founder of a vocal group known as the Junior Progressives.
His music singles include "Let It Rain" and "I'm Still Standing"; he also recorded an album called Crescent City Fire.
The son of Matilda Morton and Church of God in Christ bishop C.L. Morton, he later married Debra Brown, with whom he had three children.
His son PJ Morton had a successful career as a pop and R&B musician.