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Released "Heavens Best" early 2008, reached #1 on CRW chart and held for 3 weeks. Was still in top 20 after 6 months. Released "faithfulness" mid-year and it climbed to #4 on the CRW chart and has remained strong since. Have radio airplay in numerous parts of the country



The Christian based artist known as Sacrifice has been in the works for many years. The front runners Tom Arseneault & Michael Sheehan, originally from the New England area, relocated to Baton Rouge in the early 90's. After their proper introduction to the Lord JESUS and the truth of His Gospel, their lives changed dramatically. Tom began to sing; Mike began to write; and through a series of God steps & 15 yrs, they found themselves in Nashville amongst some of the best in the music business to birth their debut album titled "Guide Me." In the midst of all this taking place, Sacrifice was established, AKA SacrificeMinistries. Joining their hearts and talents with Mike & Tom are four men who share the same vision of impacting lives for Christ through the music ministry. They are Matt "Riff" Fertitta, Jeff Pendergrass, Ralph Walker and Jordan Kaiser. All members have been involved in local church praise & worship for years. To give our lives is the least we can offer Christ as He first layed His life down for us. It is our reasonable service and our privilege to offer ourselves a living "Sacrifice."
We have always strived to offer different sounds and styles from one song to the next. This prevents the listener from getting tired of the same sound throughout the album and also offers something for everyone.
We never imagined that we would have been afforded this opportunity to record our original music professionally and be able to offer it to others. We are more ministers at heart than musicians. To be able to entertain someone musically has its short-term benefits but simply cannot compare to the ministering of life to someone who, at that very moment in their personal life, needs it most. This is our passion and the future of Sacrifice. As with every servant of God, our hearts are fulfilled when we minister life to the hearer, whether that is accomplished through the preaching of the Word from the pulpit or to a complete stranger at a local coffee shop.