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Coffee With Rhadi | The Day Kenny Rogers Passed Away | The Gambler

Yesterday I was checking up the news in my office, the Covid 19 and how long it sits on brass and surfaces and airborne possibilities I ran past the notification that Kenny Rogers passed away. I’m not a really a big country music fan, but I used to really enjoy that song ‘The Gambler’ by […]

Coffee With Rhadi | The Dilemma of Righteousness and “Raggedness”

I got up this morning to move around with my cousins and we started talking about how everybody has a Ministry on the inside of them that just has to come out because you have something to give and whenever you’re sitting down with another person speaking, you are actually having church service because 2 […]

Strength In Your Weakness

I want to talk to you about something today. I want to talk to you about getting hurt and what we call injuries. If you’ve ever been to the mountain top and you heard the roar of the crowd, if you heard the roar of the jet engine as you started your trip back home, […]

Gratitude Challenge Day 21 : You

On this last day of my gratitude exercise I would like to thank you. Yes, you. I’m super thankful to all of you all who have read my emails, blog posts, watched my videos and purchased some of my products. I’m also thankful to those of you who reached out and provided me with an […]

Gratitude Challenge Day 20 : Music

I love music. Just love it. I listen to all of, except Death Metal. Josh Barnett introduced me to it one year and honestly I gave it a shot but I just couldn’t get with it. But I do love music. My favorite genres of music come out of the Caribbean. I love Soca, Zouk, Dancehall, […]

Gratitude Challenge Day 19 : Chess

I love the game of chess. I wish I had more time to play. As a matter of fact, I’m playing now with the kids in my summer camp. See –> https://www.instagram.com/p/By52orWJR2m Chess allows you to understand strategy, movement, patience, inside control, emotional regulation and understanding that every game contains the elements of an opening and a […]

Gratitude Challenge Day 18 : Glasses

I wear glasses. Sometimes contacts but… mostly glasses. Now… I have two pair. One that I wear and the other that I keep on my head or on my shirt so that I can read stuff up close. It’s quite an irritating process but when you get older, you have but a few options. I exercise […]

Gratitude Challenge Day 17 : Fatherhood

Being a father is my highest calling and one that I don’t take lightly. It is an experience and an honor. I thank God for allowing my dad, Rufus Ferguson, to serve as an exemplar in this space and I am grateful to be able to celebrate with him today. I am also thankful of […]

Gratitude Challenge Day 16 : Injuries

If you’ve been to the mountain top. If you’ve heard the roar of the crowd. If you’ve heard the roar of the jet engine as you started your trip back home (and quite honestly, one roar is like dope and the other very sobering) If you’ve ever tilted the seat back, ordered a cocktail, started […]

Gratitude Challenge Day 15 : Stepping On The Line

If you’ve never competed you don’t FULLY understand stepping on the line. (And there are levels to “line stepping.”) There is something that gets developed and built when you step on the line. Most people who live a life of not stepping the line don’t understand what stepping on the line is like. And thus they […]