Treat was born and raised in a suburb of Seattle,
Washington. As a teenager, he was
heavily involved with drugs, and was eventually given the choice between prison
and a drug rehabilitation center. Casey chose rehab, and entered a Christian-based
program. It was there Casey was born again, called into ministry, and began to
develop his leadership philosophies.
attending a local Bible college where he met, and in 1978 married, Wendy
Peterson. Prior to founding their own church, the Treat’s served as youth
pastors, conducted Bible study groups, and toured the Seattle area with their
musical group, The New
Version . Casey also started a local radio broadcast.
his degree in Theology, Casey and Wendy Treat founded Christian Faith
Center, a multi-cultural,
non-denominational church in Seattle,
Washington in January 1980 with a
group of 30 people. He was ordained into ministry by Pastor Frederick K.C.
Price, pastor of Crenshaw Christian
Center in Los
is one of the largest churches in the Pacific Northwest, with two locations in Federal
Way, Washington and Mill
Approximately 10,000 attend weekly services.
Casey Treat is a
pastor, author of numerous books and a motivational speaker. He is the founder
of Vision International, holding
an annual leadership conference and fellowship. Casey and Wendy Treat host
their own television program called, Living
on Course. Traveling extensively each year, Pastor Treat speaks at
large conventions and churches. His books and audio programs are distributed
Casey and Wendy
Treat are the parents of three grown children.