Mr. Clemensen, a retired California Highway Patrol officer, along with his wife, Kathy, started Agape Boarding School in 1990 in Stockton, California. Having opened their home to foster children for several years, they saw the need for a longer term program for troubled teenaged boys. Agape acquired an old Air Force base in 1992, where the school grew to 150 students. In June of 1996, Agape Boarding School moved to Stockton, Missouri. Mr. Clemensen has 25 years of ministry experience.
Mr. Burton came to Agape from Boeke Road Baptist Church in Evansville, Indiana, where he was an assistant pastor for 10 years. He graduated from Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri with a Bachelor’s degree in Theology. He has his Master’s in Education and a Doctor of Education degree from Carolina University of Theology. Pastor Burton has 45 years of ministry experience.
Mr. Outar came to Agape Boarding School from Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate from Hyles Anderson College in Crown Point, Indiana where he graduated with a Masters in Education. Mr. Outar joined the ministry of Agape Boarding School in August of 2008.
Mr. Jackson came to Agape from La Junta, Mexico, where he had served as a missionary for 1 year. He attended Maranatha Baptist Bible College for two years and graduated from Open Door Baptist Church Institute in 1999 with a degree in Bible. Mr. Jackson has 18 years of ministry experience.
Mr. Lenze came to Agape Boarding School from Victory Baptist Church in Kittanning, Pennsylvania, where he served as pastor for 2 years. He graduated from Carolina University of Theology in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies. Mr. Lenze has 17 years of ministry experience