The Bible, God's inspired word to man (2nd Timothy 3:16), describes the group of people who follow Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior as "Christians" (Acts 11:26; Acts 26:28; 1 Peter 4:16). They were a part of the church that Jesus built (Matthew 16:18). They were simply Christians.

We strive to follow the pattern for the church that we find in the Bible; we too can be simply Christians. We spend time in the study of the Bible and work to follow the pattern we find there of how to become Christians, worship our Lord as Christians, live our lives, and raise our families as Christians.

We invite you to a call back to the Bible. We want to speak where the Bible speaks, but also remain silent where the Bible is silent. Our invitation is for you to join us in our study of Scripture, in doing those things that New Testament Christians did in service to the Lord and Savior, Christ Jesus.


Andy Seaver was born in Benton, Maine. He grew up in Unity Maine and graduated from Mount View High School in Thorndike Maine. He attended Lubbock Christian College and Graduated from Abilene Christian College with a major in Industrial Education and a minor in bible. His main career was in teaching. He has taught in Massachusetts and Texas. He became a school administrator while in Texas and moved to Casa Grande in 2006 as the Director of Facilities for the Elementary School System.

He became the minister of Desert Valley Church of Christ in the summer of 2015. He and his wife Kathy spend time taching bible classes and enjoy being hospitable to all .

His favorite scripture is Psalms 1:1-4. He enjoys reading and keeping up with his grandchildren. He relaxes by cooking Texas BBQ. He has a strong desire to share the knowledge of our Lord and Savior through studies in God's word. His favorite food is a good ribeye steak and baked potato.    


We are undenominational and have no central headquarters or president. The head of the church is none other than Jesus Christ himself (Ephesians 1:22-23).

Each congregation of the Churches of Christ is autonomous, and it is the Word of God that unites us into One Faith (Ephesians 4:3-6). We follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. We are simply Christians.