Bishop Paul S. Morton: Still Standing Trailer

Bishop Paul S. Morton: Still Standing Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

Music & Musicals, Gospel Music, Inspirational Music, Faith & Spirituality - Bishop Paul S. Morton -- pastor at Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church in New Orleans and a superb vocalist -- returns to his house of worship for the first time since Hurricane Katrina in this stirring gospel performance. In addition to inspirational tunes such as "You Restored Me," "Bow Down," "Not Me Lord, You," "Down at the Cross" and more, the film includes interviews with Big Easy residents and storm survivors.

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