The spiritual condition of America, politics, culture, and current events, analyzed through the lens of scripture. Welcome to the Alex McFarland Show. Lose at anything else, but win with your family. Hi, Alex McFarland here. So glad you're listening, and I open up with a quote. Many years ago at a conference, I heard Dr. Jerry Falwell, who was the president of Liberty University at the time. Dr. Falwell would say this quote, and it really begins what I want to share with you today, but he would say, Lose at anything else, but win with your family. I want to read a scripture, and as we begin this broadcast, I want to especially speak to husbands, and then we'll bring up just one of my best friends in the whole wide world, Mike Segovia, who coincidentally produces the show that you hear, and we're going to talk about marriage and family and some just, I think, important things in our culture at this time. But in 1 Peter chapter 3, the Word of God has something for husbands, and it's been said by many people, folks, if we had a great revival among men in this country, if there was a great move of God among Christian men, that would be so transformative for our world. But in 1 Peter 3, 7, the Bible says this, Likewise, husbands, dwell with your wives according to knowledge, giving honor unto the wife as unto the weaker vessel, as being heirs together of the grace of life – now listen to this – that your prayers be not hindered.
Well, let's unpack this a little bit. Our husbands, dwelling with their wives, wisely, biblically, godly, giving honor and respect and deference. We're heirs together of the grace of life. Husbands and wives are equal in terms of being personhood, heirs of the kingdom of God, different in function, contrary to the message of the transgender androgyny movements. But men and women in the biblical worldview are equal, complementary, different in biology, different in calling and function, but equal in worth and value.
And then it has this almost cryptic warning at the end of 1 Peter 3, 7, for the men, if we don't do what God says in terms of loving our spouse and treating them righteously, it says that your prayers be not hindered. Isn't that something? Well, we'll talk more about this. I want to bring on my friend and colleague, Michael Segovia. Mike is the leader of PFC Audio Video. Mike and I have been colleagues for about 18 years, and he's been the producer for our digital audio content for several years.
But he's a dear brother and, in my opinion, just an amazing man of God, great Christian leader. Mike Segovia, welcome to the Alex McFarland show. Alex, thanks for having me. It's a true joy to be with you here today on the show. Well, it's good to have you.
And I want you to give a little background about what you do with PFC Audio Video. And you've had a great career. You've worked with James Dobson, who was my boss for a total of about eight years. And then you've worked for Dr. Dobson. And then you've worked for another high profile Christian figure that's been much in the news recently. But first, before we talk about your work in California, just give us a little snapshot about Mike Segovia and PFC.
Absolutely. Yeah, Alex. Well, I've pretty much been in the radio industry since I was 19 years old.
I will not give my age away, but I've been doing it for a while. And God led me to this point over many years of being in Christian media, in radio production, that I started my own company about two years ago, full time, PFC Audio Video in Colorado here. So I get the opportunity to work with guys like you, and produce and edit their radio programs and do some traveling with you and do some recording and meet some wonderful people. Our whole platform here at PFC is we want to get God's word out through our talents. And so we do that through editing these messages, and writing scripts and producing them.
And I have a great team. And God has seen fit to do just that, to use Christian media and use us to help get those messages out. It's been a true blessing, Alex. I do not take it lightly at what God is doing there with us.
No, nor I. I mean, we really are blessed to have the platform that we have. You were head of broadcasting for James Dobson's Family Talk. When you were working with Dr. Dobson, that in itself is an honor, but who were some of the people you interviewed and edited over your years with Dobson, Mike?
Oh, wow. We had some great people. One of them was a dear friend of yours, Alex, Mr. Eric Metaxas, author, speaker, radio host.
Of course, he wrote Bonhoeffer amongst many other great books as well. And then I've got to meet and work with Anne Graham Lotz, Alex, which I believe you've met and you know personally. She is just a wonderful preacher, Alex. She does such a great job bringing the messages. I really enjoy listening to her.
Amen. You know, Mike, I thought it was very interesting because as you and I record this, and by the way, if you're just tuning in, we're talking with Michael Segovia of PFC audio video, just in Christian radio, kind of a very well-known figure and a godly friend and colleague. But Mike, I just heard this morning that the movie Jesus Revolution has done over 30 million at the box office. I've seen it twice. And they noted that of the top five movies that are nominated for some sort of Academy Award, Jesus Revolution has made more money than all of those.
And it really is touching a lot of lives. Well, I believe Kelsey Grammer of Frasier fame did an amazing job portraying Chuck Smith. Now, tell us about Chuck Smith, because you knew him, didn't you?
Yes, absolutely. Way back in the day, when I lived in Southern California, I had the opportunity to work at a studio in Costa Mesa, California. And it was run by my mentor, Dennis Baxter. Let me give him a shout out. Because in 1978, Alex Dennis started the Word for the Day radio program with Chuck Smith. He did start that in 1978. And Dennis had a big imprint on many of the Calvary Chapel radio programs.
Back in the day with Greg Laurie and in raw Reese and Mike McIntosh and many others. Dennis was at the center of that. So then at one point, I used to work with Dennis at another advertising firm in Southern California. And he brought me on to help him do some editing in his studio. And Chuck Smith, Pastor Chuck Smith of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, the Word for the Day was the main program I did my editing on. And I'll tell you, Alex, I grew so much just editing that show, because he taught the Bible verse by verse through the whole Bible.
So you can imagine, Alex, I'm sitting down, listening to this and editing those messages, and turning them into 26 minute radio programs for the radio stations that he was on. And it had an impact on you, didn't it? It had a huge impact on me. I mean, I really grew in my faith with the Lord. I learned how to study the Bible, Alex, I always liked taking a book and going verse by verse through it.
I do like topical studies. I believe there's always a great time for that, Alex, but I love going through the Bible verse by verse, and really digging in. And even today, I'll still listen to some of those past messages by Pastor Chuck Smith, and then kind of follow along in my Bible, you know, to do some of my studies.
So it's been an absolute blessing in my life. Yeah, Mike, I hear you listening to those shows that you were editing. I know the Word of God was certainly making a big impact on your life, because, you know, this really reminds me of Isaiah 28, where it talks about line upon line and precept upon precept.
The Word of God has power to change lives, and that's why we teach and preach the Word of God. Mike, when we come back after this middle segment, I want to talk about the film Jesus Revolution. But right now, folks, we've got to pull away for a brief break. We're going to have a brief middle section I want you to hear. I'm going to talk with my Scottish friend William Leggett. William is heading up a big event we're doing in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, August 6-11.
It's called the Faith and Family Retreat. I'll be there. Angie will be there. Music by people like Big Daddy Weave. We've got a lot of speakers.
We've got great music. Dollywood Amusement Park. But the Faith and Family Retreat is coming up in August. This is the vacation you need to take, and I'll be helping lead a marriage vow renewal service.
Hang on. The Alex McFarland Show will be right back after this, but I want you to listen to my conversation with William Leggett of the Faith and Family Retreat. Then we'll resume our conversation with Michael Segovia. Don't go away.
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It's going to be in August of 2023. And I'm here talking with William Leggett of Unforgettable Destinations. He's a colleague in ministry and he's very special to me for several reasons.
One, he's a brother in Christ and he's a ministry colleague. We are fellow Scotsman to a point. We'll talk about that more, but William Leggett and his staff are organizing an event where I'll be a speaker. We're going to be in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee in August. We're going to Dollywood.
There's going to be music, a lot of big things going on. So we're going to visit a few minutes with William Leggett and get up to speed with the Faith and Family Retreat. Hello, my dear brother. Hello. How are you doing, Alex?
I'm doing great. Now, as you and I record this, we're at Crossroad Baptist Church in Asheboro, North Carolina, where I have the privilege of preaching in a few moments. And is this where you and your family worship? Yes, sir, it is. We've been here for seven years, I believe. Oh, wow.
That's great. And, you know, I came to preach about a month ago and there you were. I had no idea I would see you guys here. Yeah, we love the... there's a lot of children, families, young families with children here. So our girls fit right in.
They're seven and eight years old. And both of them got baptized here last year. Well, congratulations.
Congratulations. Now, your very wonderful accent, you don't sound like a southerner. No, I'm from Scotland. I've been here for almost 20 years.
And I've kind of... my accent is diluted, but it hasn't disappeared. Well, you know, North Carolina, which is my home state, has a pretty rich Scottish history, especially in the Highlands in the western part of the state. There's a town called Inverness and Lee's Macrae, a lot of Macs here, because Scots came here over the last couple of centuries.
Yes, they did. They got chased out of Scotland back in the day. They went to Ireland, got chased out of Ireland, and they found a home up in the Appalachians. And then they fought with the Native Americans, the Indians, and then they fought the British again, and now they're there to stay.
So what brought the Leggets to the eastern seaboard of the United States? Well, I lived here when I was a kid, when I was eight years old in North Carolina, in Robins, North Carolina. And it always been my dream to come back here, and the opportunity opened up. And I grabbed it with both hands. I feel that God had a place for me here. And a broken road led me here.
Well said, well said. Well, you know, I'm so excited about what we're doing in August, which is the Faith and Family Retreat. Now, you've got a travel, a Christian travel company called Unforgettable Destinations. Tell us about your business, which I know it really is your ministry, but also what you and I are going to be doing in August. Well, we had a travel agency that we're going to focus more on events and group planning, to trips to Israel and different things like that. We want to try and include a mission trip in a lot of our vacations. And with this Faith and Family Retreat in August, we felt led to put something together as an alternative to your regular vacations you get for Christian families, a faith-based, family-focused event with structure, with content, and just really be spirit-led.
And we are including a whole bunch of different aspects to that. Speakers, artists, Big Daddy Weave is going to be there. We're going to have a vowel renewal ceremony in Dollywood. And on the last day, we're going to have a Faith in Action day where we're going to have the opportunity to give back in a local mission trip.
So you and your family can take part in that if you want to and give back to that community up there who's in dire need of help. And, you know, William, I commend you for organizing this because, and folks, it is cutting edge. I mean, I wish you could see the brochures, the website, and I want you to be there. Everyone listening, I'm inviting you. Angie will be there. I'll be there. We look forward to spending time with each one of you.
I'm going to be speaking, but I'm not just up on the stage. We legitimately want to spend time with each one of you and pray with you and fellowship together. And William, I want you to give the website, give that website now where people can register. Faithandfamilyretreat.com. Faithandfamilyretreat.com. But doing something to make a lifelong impression on children, like a mission trip or watching their parents renew their vows or having fun in a great resort area like Pigeon Forge, but then praying and letting people know that every day we walk with the Lord Jesus. I mean, this is a great vision you've got, and I'm just so honored to be a part of it.
We're happy to have you, Alex. Our main aim is to promote God-centered living within a family setting. And everybody has a job to do in that.
And it's not all serious. It's going to be a lot of fun. You know, we believe that it's an investment in your family and some cases, eternity. I mean, there's going to be some people that are not saved and hopefully they'll hear something from yourself or a fellowship during that week that's going to lead them into that. You know, we're going to open ourselves up and allow God to work through us with this event.
And you know what's so great? I've done a lot of retreats around the nation. In fact, last August, I was in Iowa at a wonderful Bible conference. And I give God the glory for all the opportunities. One thing that I've heard testimonies of over the last 20 years is couples recommitting themselves to their marriage.
And every now and then couples will be very, you know, tired or kind of burned out and maybe they come as a last-ditch effort to see if the Spirit of God can reignite their relationship. And I just want to say on so many levels, whether it's just the fun of going to Dollywood or the joy of hearing the music and oh my goodness, you've put together a world-class roster of speakers and we're going to be teaching, we're going to be learning. I'm personally going to be talking about biblical worldview and living the faith and especially for young people, folks.
I give God the glory. I've spoken on about 200 college campuses and so many young people that grow up in church after high school, they'll have like a faith crisis and they don't know how to defend what they believe. And one of the things that I want to do hands-on, I want to be talking to the youth about why Christianity is true, how Christianity is absolutely true, defensible. You don't have to fall away into doubt or skepticism, but also just for couples and families to feel the Spirit of God, get away from your routine and have some, you know, William, I think what the Bible calls times of refreshing. And that's what this is, isn't it?
Absolutely. We are encouraging people to come on this event, disconnect with the world and reconnect with each other. We have a fantastic kids program that we're putting on also for, so the parents can go to listen to yourself or Trudy Cathy or even David and Erin Jeffries from Family Fit Ministries are going to be there. They have a great testimony of reconciliation in their own marriage. And I won't give the game away on that one, but it's, they have a fantastic testimony.
They really do restoration and they put God first and that for the glory. The dates, the Faith and Family Retreat, it's going to be in Pigeon Force. Give us the dates, give us the website. August 6th through 11th and it's faithandfamilyretreat.com. And I want to see you there. Angie will be there. I'll be there. Folks, we want to spend time with you. We want to pray with you. We want to get to know you.
It's really the highlight of our year. And I want to thank you, William, for putting it together. One last thing I've got to tell you, folks, you may not know this. Now, you know, I travel everywhere.
I live in North Carolina, been all around the world. Thanks to my friend, William Leggett. I am a landowner in Scotland. I got this package in the mail. You're such a dear brother. And it said, you can be a Lord or layer. And so you, you gave me a little square of dirt in my ancestry, homeland, Scotland. Absolutely. So we can go plant a tree one day when we go on a mission trip over there, if you like.
I would love to do that. You know, they tell me that, that my, the McFarlands came over in the late seventeen hundreds, early eighteen hundreds, migrated here. And it was always my father's dream to go to Scotland.
He didn't make it. I flew over Scotland once I was on a mission trip. And the pilot, we were coming up out of Amsterdam. And he said, if you look out the window, you can see Scotland.
And I looked down, I saw the most green, verdant, I think most beautiful little island I've ever seen. So is it worth it? Everybody tells me I have to go see Scotland. William, is it going to be worth it? Absolutely.
One hundred percent. Just bring your umbrella. It rains a lot.
That's why it's so green. It's beautiful, but it rains a lot. Well, I don't know when we'll see Scotland, but I know when you and I will see Tennessee. It's going to be August six through eleven, isn't it? Absolutely.
Yes. I can't wait. Well, folks, check out the faith and family retreat and we'll be back right after this.
Fox News and CNN call Alex McFarland, a religion and culture expert. Stay tuned for more of his teaching and commentary after this. What are you doing next summer?
Hey, how about this? I want to invite you to join me in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, August six through 11, 2023, for the faith and family retreat. It's going to be awesome. We'll talk about foundational things. What does it mean to be a disciple?
How can you defend your faith? Family time, concerts, renewal of wedding vows. It's going to be great. Then fun, a trip to Dollywood.
Who wouldn't like that? And then faith in action. There'll be a mission outreach talking to people about Christ. So again, August six through 11, 2023, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, go to faithandfamilyretreat.com. I hope to see you there.
He's been called trusted, truthful and timely. Welcome back to the Alex McFarland show. Welcome back. And we're talking with my friend and colleague Michael Segovia of PFC Audio Video, and I hope you enjoyed that conversation with William Leggett. And I do hope to see you. I want to say at the faith and family retreat, Angie and I are not going to be just on stage. I mean, we want to meet you. We want to be with you and enjoy the fellowship.
And so go to my website for all of my travel schedule, alexmcfarland.com. But Mike, you and I were talking about the film Jesus Revolution, and that movie really moved me because for one thing, it was a great move of God, and many people were swept into the kingdom. But some of the key players like Chuck Smith, Greg Laurie, Lonnie Frisbee, you met or knew these people, didn't you?
Oh, yeah, absolutely. Through my years on working on the Word for Today radio program, we also produced a radio program, Alex, called The Word for Today Presents. And so that featured several Calvary Chapel pastors, including Pastor Greg Laurie, Mike McIntosh, and others. And so just through the years in working with my mentor Dennis Baxter, who I mentioned before, in the first segment of this show, just being with him and around him, I was able to meet some of these giants in Christian media. And that movie touched me profoundly, Alex, not just because I'm thinking about back in the day when I used to edit these shows, and worked with Chuck Smith and edited his show, is because, Alex, in 1985, I gave my heart to Jesus Christ at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa in April of 1985. And I can remember, Alex, looking up at that dove. Folks, in the film, when you see the massive work that God was doing at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, they had this backdrop. It was kind of like plywood boards painted blue, but a big cutout of the dove, the Holy Spirit. And you knelt and prayed at that altar, didn't you, Mike? I knelt and prayed at that altar.
I absolutely did. And it was at a concert by a gentleman who I believe you know, Alex, named Daryl Mansfield. Oh my goodness, Daryl, Glenn Kaiser and Daryl Mansfield. Oh man. You remember him, Alex?
Yeah. Well, listen, when I was a brand new Christian, now folks, this is going way back, but you need to Google this. When I was a brand new Christian, everybody knew I played in a band and I played blues and oldies and all this stuff. Well, somebody gave me Kaiser Mansfield, which was a Christian kind of roots music.
I love those guys. And you saw them perform? I saw them perform. Daryl Mansfield did the concert.
It was amazing. And then a gentleman named Jimmy Kempner back in the eighties, he used to head up the Friday night concerts that they had and Saturday night concerts at Calvary Costa Mesa. And he would always give a message afterwards, Alex, and it was always a salvation message.
So he gave the message after Daryl Mansfield played. And, you know, my heart was just ringing. A friend of mine, Gene, brought me to the concert. He'd been witnessing to me and I was really trying to kind of find myself, if you would, Alex. And then he brought me to the concert and I gave my heart to Jesus right there at Calvary Costa Mesa. I remember looking at that dove, Alex, saying, Lord, I'm scared, but if you're real, I want to give my life to you.
And I lifted my hands and asked him into my heart. So that movie was real meaningful to me. Sure. Absolutely. Well, you know, Mike, I've seen it twice.
Okay. I saw on Wednesday night, February 22nd, it was kind of an early preview. There were a dozen people in the theater. When I went to see it a few days ago for the second time, not only were two screens packed, but this particular theater where I saw Jesus Revolution had put out folding chairs.
So I would say each of the two screens were at probably 110 percent capacity. Folks, my point is God is using that film. But Mike, I want to change gears a little bit. God uses flawed people. One of the main characters was Lonnie Frisbee, and he was used by God in a mighty way, yet he wasn't perfect.
He had struggles. But, you know, Greg Laurie and a number of others have talked about how, you know, he passed away, but he recommitted his life to the Lord. And you and I, goodness, in nearly 20 years of life and ministry together, you and I have prayed for each other on so many things and building families, loving our spouses.
Family is so critical. And Mike, is it fair to say, look, God loves us in spite of ourselves. God loves us and uses us even in spite of ourselves. And we don't have to, like, get ourselves all perfect in order for Jesus to love us. We come, as the song says, just as I am. And warts and all, flaws, sin, mistakes, and everything. Jesus will receive us with open arms, won't he?
Absolutely. Amen. And a perfect example of that, Alex, is if I can share a quick story here. You know, back in the late 80s, after I accepted Christ, there was a time when I was just struggling, Alex. And I just had a lot of questions, and I just was really struggling with my faith.
And I hadn't turned my back on God. I was just kind of down, and I was having a really difficult time in my walk with the Lord. And so I went over to my buddy Eddie's house, who didn't know Christ at the time. And I just wanted to hang out with him and just I didn't want to talk about God probably wanted to do some bad things, whatever they were at the time. And so I'm sitting there. And then Eddie looked at me and said, Hey, man, don't you know, don't you go to church?
Yeah, I don't want to talk about church there. He goes, I really want you to take me, you know. And I thought to him, well, okay, I guess. And so I took him at the believe it was the next day to church Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, where I was going to the time, and Eddie gave him his heart to Christ that very day. And at that point, Eddie had a bad back for some circumstances, and he couldn't drive. So he wanted to go to Bible studies, Greg Laurie's Bible studies on Monday night, Chuck Smith's Bible studies on Wednesday nights. And then there was an Oden Fong Bible study in there somewhere. And so I was taking Eddie to Calvary Costa Mesa three, four, five times a week.
Wow. And because of that, Alex, my faith became strong again in the Lord, just because I was hearing the word and Eddie got strong and he grew in the Lord. And, and I'm telling you, Alex, I was absolutely flawed, not even close to being anything like Christ, but he just chose to use me nonetheless. Amen. So, so you go out and have a few beers and do some drinking and you ended up with a ministry opportunity.
And in spite of your initial motives, God used you to help bring a guy to Jesus. Isn't that awesome? It's incredible. I always kind of joke around Alex. And I know I've said this to you and some other, my friends before we don't give God a whole lot to work with Alex, but whenever we can give him, he sure loves to use us. Doesn't he? He really does.
He really does. You know, Mike, I mentioned first Peter three seven about our, the husbands, the word of God says, husbands are to love our wives. Really, we husbands are to lay down our life for our bride, the way Christ laid down his life for the church, his bride.
And it says that your prayers be not hindered. Mike, is it fair to say that the favor and the anointing of God is contingent on the way that we treat our spouse? Yes, I would think that Alex, I really, really do. And we need to kind of die to ourselves, you know, Alex, and really give ourselves to our spouses. But I would say to the church too, and to mankind in general, Alex, I mean, what are we doing as Christians, if we have opportunities to serve and love, and we don't take them? I mean, it's like you Alex, you can preach all you want. But I know you, if you have an opportunity to serve and give and love, you're going to do it. That's just, that's what it's all about. You know what, I know you and your wife have been married about 30 years.
Angie and I have too. I want to say this, men listening, you are the priest of your home. You don't lord it over. You're not like a, you know, large and in charge, like some boss man. But men, you are supposed to pray with your wife, read the word with your wife.
You're supposed to role model this before your kids. And I know we're almost out of time, but I want to say this, and Mike, I want your response. The longer you're married, men serving your wife and prioritizing your wife, it's a joy. Mike, isn't it a joy really to serve your wife? And then God gives you joy and fulfillment and blessing as you do that.
Absolutely. It is a joy. It's a blessing.
It's an honor. One time, Alex, I had a friend say to me that when he pulls into his driveway, before he steps out of the car, when he gets home at night after work, before he steps out of the car and goes into the house, his prayer is, Lord, how can I serve my wife today? Amen. And Alex, I would say the same thing to all of our faithful listeners out there, all the guys out there.
When you pull up to your house and before you walk in the door, ask yourself and pray to the Lord, how can I serve my wife? Amen. Amen.
Well, folks, we're out of time. Mike, I want to say thank you for producing our audio content as you do. Folks, keep Michael Segovia and PFC Audio Video in prayer. They do so much. Literally every month, millions and millions hear this content because of all that Mike is doing. But dear friends and supporters, because of what you're doing, your prayers, your financial investment, every tax-deductible gift enables us by audio, video, podcast, radio shows, social media.
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Do you remember that phrase? Lose at anything else, but win with your family. I really think that movie Jesus Revolution would be a great family outing. God bless you.
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