The book, "Move on, God Got You Covered! " has precipitated its own importance through the word of the Apostle Kofi Adonteng Boateng. As an Apostle of Christ responsible for initiating a belief system and blessed with an astute personality which is reflected in his vision and work, Dr. Kofi Adonteng Boateng, is Characterized by buzz words like Amenooo - a catch phrase used by members in the ministry. With the wide repertoire of blessing she has achieved personally and by his congregation as well, it is not surprising that Apostle's work contained in this book brings blessings to people with issues - social or personal; spiritual or physical.
Issues such as the modern African Diaspora have influenced the birth of this book. However, the pertinent issues like Immigration,
Abandonment, Child Truancy, Student Failure, Divorce, Sickness, and Bareness have been relatively explored in the book. They are discussed as the corollary results of the aforementioned Diaspora.
The author has strongly felt the pull of the book's influence even before it came into being. It features a never before seen ad use of phraseology with anointing scripture quotations from the Bible attractive and influential enough to encourage, teach and uplift people from any form of situation - good or bad.
The scenarios, story and folklore/ inspirational hymns applied in to the book are relevant and spiritual. It is the author's wish that after reading this book, readers will have a leap of faith, develop patience and experience a faculty of redemption as they experience the finger of God upon their lives. Perspectives in life will certainly be changed in Jesus' name.
The new inspirational book, "Move On: God Got You Covered" and a movie entitled "Benji" were launched on March 3rd, 2012 at a very impressive ceremony at the Hilton Hotel in Alexandria, Virginia which attracted a crowd of over 700 people from different parts of the United States and the world.
The movie features Ghanaian stars Mercy Asiedu, Rose Mensah (Kyeiwaa), Clement Bonney (Mr. Beautiful), and comedian Kwaku Manu. These stars were in Virginia to attend the premiere of the sought after movie.
A red carpet was rolled out for all the guests who attended the premiere at the Alexandria Mark Center Hilton . The Ballrooom was packed as early as 8pm after people arrived on the red carpet and spent time taking pictures and interacting with family and friends. It was a delight to see men and women in their best evening attire.
The Apostle arrived at the hotel with other ministers and the movie stars in a stretch limousine and were ushered into the ballroom amidst chants of excitement. He used the opportunity to express his appreciation to the technical team who put the movie together and emphasized his commitment to support orphans and the homeless all over the world.
He encouraged the crowd by stating, "When you have a vision for any good project , do not worry about how it is going to be executed because God will always make a provision" . He used the movie "Benji" as an example. When he had the vision to make a movie, he had no idea who the leading actors were going to be.
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However, by chance, he met Mercy Asiedu in Connecticut, who also introduced the other actors to him, who also happened to be in the United States at the same time.
The proceeds from the sale of the movie and book will be used to support the orphans and feed the homeless. The book has currently been selected for an exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany in July, 2012.
Mrs Bertha Safo Domfe, Mr Thomas Owuo, Pastor Harry Domfe,Pastor "Tee",Pastor Kofi Gyamfi Baoteng,Pastor George Doudo,Master Ernest Boateng,Mr Sameul Osei aka Agya Osei, Ms.Cindy Fokuo,Ms Stacey Boateng,Pastor Ernest Awuah ,Mr Osei Assibey and Mr Okyerema Asante were to support the wonderful Event.