SEU to Host Christian Conference

LAKELAND, Fla. – Southeastern University (SEU) will host its eighth annual Christian conference from February 11 to 13 at Family Worship Center in Lakeland. The three-day event, known as SEU Conference, will feature leading pastors from across the country.

The theme for this year’s conference is “Here and Now.” The university expects to fill Family Worship Center with an anticipated 3,000 guests coming from all over the country.

This year’s speaker lineup includes Benny Perez, Julia Veach, Jentezen Franklin, Micahn Carter and Alex Seeley.


Author and well-known speaker Benny Perez will be returning to SEU Conference this year. He and his wife, Wendy, co-founded The Church LV in Las Vegas, Nev., where he currently serves as the lead pastor. His ministry extends both nationally and internationally as he ministers at hundreds of conferences and churches every year.


Julia Veach co-pastors Zoe Church in Los Angeles, Calif., with her husband, Chad. She passionately shares her inspiring story as the mother of a child living with a brain disorder and serves as a role model for young Hollywood celebrities.


Jentezen Franklin is the senior pastor of Free Chapel, a multi-campus church based in Gainesville, Ga. He is also a New York Times best-selling author and a televangelist. His weekly television program, Kingdom Connection, is broadcasted across major networks all over the world expanding his ministry internationally.


Micahn Carter is the lead pastor of Together Church in Yakima, Wash., which consists of three locations and draws thousands of people to their services each week.

Alex Seeley is a pastor and the author of “Tailor Made.” She and her husband, Henry, currently pastor The Belonging Co. in Nashville, Tenn., reaching over 3,000 attendees weekly as well as online viewers. Seeley previously served as an executive pastor of Planetshaker Ministries.


General admission to the event is free. VIP tickets are being sold at $25 and include reserved parking, early entrance, reserved seating and refreshments served at every session. Groups of more than 10 people must register for the event in advance to receive seating accommodations.


The first session will be held at 7 p.m. on February 11; the second and third sessions will be held at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on February 12; and the fourth and fifth sessions will be held at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on February 13.


To register a group or purchase VIP tickets, visit For further questions or information, email Victoria Hammer at