Rev. Clemente & Esther





Rev. Clemente Maldonado,, Jr. was born in Corpus Christi, Texas and raised in Oklahoma.  He graduated from the Latin American Bible Institute in El Paso, Texas in 1978.  He is an ordained minister in the Assemblies of God since 1989.  He has served as District secretary/treasurer from 1996 to 2005.  Rev. Maldonado became superintendent in November of 2005.  He has pastored churches in Oklahoma, Saginaw, Michigan, and Aurora, Illinois.  He has been married for 30 year to Esther and has three children, Clemente, Jonathan, and Shirley. 

Additional Ministry Responsibilities Include:
  • Latin American Bible Institute (San Antonio, Texas) Board Member
  • North Central University Board of Regents
  • National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
  • General Council Commission of Ethnicity

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