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Category: NPT Podcast

Getting real and raw about life, leadership, and love; while having lots of fun along the way.

Jeff and Sabrina Maness lead a large and growing church (Element Church in Cheyenne, WY) as well as a home-based business. They are high school sweethearts, married in 1997, and parents of four kids. The only way they’ve found to stay sane is to get naked and party!

In this podcast, they talk about everything from ministry and leadership to marriage and love. They dig into money, intimacy, parenting, and more. If it’s a part of life, it is never off-limits. They are as open about their failures as their successes and desire to see people flourish in every part of their lives.

Join Jeff and Sabrina for Naked Party Time and take your next step to flourish as well.

Episode 046: Wish Upon A Star (Our wishes for humanity in 2023)

In this episode, we talk about our wishes for humans in 2023. Things we wish we could all get better at doing. 1. Conversation instead of condemnation 2. Unity without uniformity John 17:20-23 20 “I am praying not only for these disciples but also for all who will ever believe…

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Episode 044: The Best Parenting Decision We Ever Made

In this episode, Sabrina and I talk about the best parenting decision we ever made. Creating moments over giving momentos. Good times over gifts. Our presence over giving presents.  We talk through how we chose to honor our kids on their birthdays with this decision, doing some big things on…

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Episode 043 – The Rhythm of Relationships – Spiritual

In this episode, we talk about the rhythm of our spiritual relationship. Being with Jesus and becoming more like Jesus are the desired outcomes of today’s podcast.  We talk about the “why” behind 5 key spiritual practices. What you do will only be as strong as why you do it.…

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Episode 042: The Rhythms of Transition (Part 3) – Physical Health

In this episode, we talk about taking care of our bodies and physical health.  In every season of life it is easy to put our physical health on the back burner. Poor eating habits, lack of exercise, and choppy sleep patterns are hard enough without a major life transition. Maybe…

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