SAVE THE DATES: Mid-South empowerment professional Genisha Morton’s Vision Dreamers LLC to host three-day Count It All Joy: Shift Your Focus Conference September 29 through October 1 in Atlanta
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful. I know that full well. (Psalm 139:14 NIV)
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Genisha Morton admittedly tried her best to keep it to herself.
Regardless, though, she couldn’t bear to withhold that about which God is about to in her life in this season.
“I’m overjoyed with excitement,” Morton said in a rather spirited post over the weekend before her gallery of followers via Facebook. “When God opens a window and pours out blessings, He’s so heavy-handed with it. I am so geeked to announce that the Princess of Praise, Calandra Gantt is going to do the praise and worship at my conference this September.”
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The event to which Morton is alluding is the Count It All Joy: Shift Your Focus Conference, a three-day empowerment assembly that is purposed to “redirect focus from what man says to what God says,” Morton, a Memphis-based philanthropist, told Making Headline News this week.
Powered by Morton’s Vision Dreamers LLC, the Count It All Joy: Shift Your Focus Conference is an enrichment workshop that will take place September 29 through October 1 in Atlanta at a time and venue to be announced, organizers for this event said.
Tickets to the conference can be purchased via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/count-it-all-joy-conference-in-person-hybrid-registration-406402559997 and are 50 percent off through May 1, organizers said.
Referring specifically the familiar Biblical passages of Colossians 3:2 and Romans 12:2, Morton emphasized, among other things, that is primary objective for hosting her conference is centered largely on providing a number of strategic options other than suicide and self-harm and abuse “of any kind,” particularly when people are faced with various forms of grief.
Morton’s Vision Dreamers LLC has become a fixture for customarily reaching out to women who are overcoming childhood traumas and, in turn, are devising ways to exemplify transparency by telling their life-altering stories, she said.
“I’m approaching the conference in faith and with intent,” Morton told MHN. “I now believe it will not only take place, but be an event that changes things for the women involved.”
After attending and graduating from Towers High School and Chamblee High School, respectively, Morton enrolled at Georgia State University and then Morris Brown College, where she studied music. Consequently, she enrolled at Lincoln College of Technology, where she acquired an Associate Degree in Medical Technology.
A well-respected and beloved empowerment professional in her own right, Morton has composed a number of books, most notably her featured written work, The Commons: My Life In A Dream.
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A book that’s comprised of 167 pages in length, Morton’s The Commons: My Life In A Dream vividly tells a story many of us are afraid to tell, according to a detailed synopsis of this Memphis-based author’s book at Amazon.com.
In essence, Morton’s book, by all accounts, is synonymous with her forthcoming Count It All Joy: Shift Your Focus Conference, an assembly that is starting to create a fervent buzz around various message boards and social media platforms.
“So far, everyone that’s heard of it is excited to participate and be part of it,” Morton said. “I’ve attracted the interest of a few women groups and even some men who would like to see it happen.”
That, after all, practically sums up the hype surrounding her conference, something by which Morton thoroughly welcomes.
“I’m trying to stay calm,” she says without hesitation, “but the way God’s blessing me for this event is so amazing, I can’t keep it to myself.”
Now we know why.
For more information about Memphis Author, Genisha Morton, to inquire about her books, a speaking engagement, or book signing, call 901.208.3660 or connect with him via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorgenishamorton; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysteriousblue2/; TikTok: Genisha Morton759; Twitter: https://twitter.com/mysteriousbluez; LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/genisha-morton-795509209. Send email to: email@example.com.
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