Brief Introduction
Saint Andrew Christian Church is located in Olathe Kansas. It is "pastored" by Erin Wathen.

Main Issues
Proverbs 14:12 - "There is a way which seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death." The truth in love is that this church is not biblically sound, is false, and will lead you to hell apart from God. This "church" may make you feel "good" and "comfortable" but it is not biblically sound. God in his word calls us to go off the Bible not our feelings - 2 Timothy 3:16-17. An examination of this church's beliefs shows the "pastor" and this church do not hold to the Bible for sound and correct teaching. The basic beliefs section is not clear on essential and fundamental beliefs for a true Christian i.e beliefs that you cannot deny in order to be a true Christian. We know beliefs are important because Jesus said they were important. Read John 8:24. The basic beliefs section does not state with scripture that there is one God, the trinity, the deity of Christ ( God & man), the gospel, the literal and physical resurrection of Christ, salvation by grace through faith, etc. Those are essential beliefs. There are beliefs that you cannot deny in order to be a Christian. 

Erin Wathen is a false teacher and is not called to pastor - 1 Timothy 3, 1 Timothy 2:12-14.  Read more here -
She also spreads a false gospel that will lead you to hell apart from God. Here is the gospel -

This church is a member of the false group - The disciples of Christ. "The Disciples of Christ (DOC), officially called the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is a "denomination" emphasizing Christian unity, inclusiveness, and social action. Their official identity statement, from their website, says they are “a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world."

The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) dislikes denominational labels and avoids putting Christians “in a box.” They believe that Christians can have a variety of doctrinal differences. “Unity, not uniformity,” is one of their sayings. The denomination’s official confession is short and simple, avoiding detailed assertions about doctrine beyond stating that Christ is Lord and Savior. They are a very fluid group, connecting many people of vastly different beliefs.

There is no “test of faith” to join the Christian Church. The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) lets individual congregations and individual Christians believe and practice what they want. Their lack of defined doctrinal boundaries has resulted in the denomination becoming one of the most theologically liberal churches in America today. The DOC ordains women as pastors. In July 2013 the General Assembly of the Disciples of Christ passed a resolution affirming that openly homosexual individuals were welcome as members and leaders in their church. Their church has also consistently supported legalized abortion. The doctrines of heaven and hell are considered “speculative,” and the DOC takes no official position on either.

First Corinthians 15:58 says, “My dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” In their emphasis on community involvement, members of the Disciples of Christ seek to fulfill the latter half of this verse, and their commitment to Christian unity is certainly commendable. But we must not overlook the command in the first half of the verse, to “stand firm” and be immovable in our doctrine. Eschewing doctrinal statements, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has moved away from sound doctrine. How can a church “stand firm” if it doesn’t know where it stands on important issues? How can a church “test the spirits” (1 John 4:1) if there are no theological tests?" -

Written by Cash Willis