The challenge with defining “sacrifice”

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John Eli

John Eli has spent over 15 years mentoring and coaching individuals in life skills, career transitions, and through organizational change. He has worked in behavioral health, pastoral care, and higher-education. He has found that he is most satisfied in life when he is helping people recognize their potential and assisting them to reach their goals.

He currently lives in Chandler, Arizona with his wife, mini-schnauzer and an antique piano whom he calls, “Betty.”


  1. Relatively and subjectively replying..

    Wonderful message, it is true isn’t it…

    His saints are not cookie cutter…

    O the richness in The Body of Christ when we are walking our “sacrifice”

    Almost like our daily cross, yet His yoke is light and easy relative to the lenses we see through…

    Wonderful message John Eli, and who cares about the praise from me, rather be praised from our Father!

    God bless in Jesus name


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