About the Seminary



Jun Kim

Academic Dean


Debbie Johnson

Dean of Students


Joe Liu

Faculty Representative


Ed Benish

Business Administrator

Dianna Clements

Dianna Clements

Global Missions Center Director

Board of Directors

Rev. Iliafi Esera,
New Zealand

Dr. Sam Bowdoin,
Vice Chairman
AGWM, South East Asia
Dr. Victor Lee Tat Yan

Rev. James Shim,
South Korea

Rev. Ty Silva
AGWM, Asia Pacific

Rev. Samuel Lam

Dr. Chia Beng Hock


Rev. Rey Calusay

Dr. Stephen Fogarty

Rev. Bryan Webb
AGWM, Pacific Oceana


Rev. Michael McAteer
AGWM, Northern Asia

Rev. Tan Hock Cheng

Rev. Jeff Hartensveld
AGWM, Asia Pacific

Rev. Yaw Han

Rev. Yen Chin Long

Rev. Dominic Yeo
APAGF Chairman

Educational Background

  • DMin., Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Baguio City, Philippines
  • MA. Theo. Studies, Southwestern AG University (SAGU), Waxahachie, TX (2015)
  • BA (Prof Dev), Waxahachie, TX (2003)
  • AA Sacred Music, Central Bible College (1993)
  • AS Business, Univ. of Southern IN, Evansville, IN (1991)

Ministerial Background

Global Missions Center Director

Dianna served in Cambodia as a missionary with AGWM (USA) from 1997 to 2019. Her ministry included Bible school teaching and leadership (2004-2019), advising the national Children’s Ministry Department of the AG Cambodia and relaunching the Women’s Ministry Department of the AG Cambodia (2009-2019); and children’s pastor and associate pastor at International Christian Assembly in Phnom Penh (2009-2017). Dianna has a passion for training men and women for ministry. 

Areas of Research Interest, Writings, and Teachings

After researching the backgrounds, educational qualifications, and training for teaching of APTA-member Bible school teachers, Dianna’s DMin research project culminated in a faculty development workshop curriculum to equip teachers to more effectively train men and women for ministry.

As part of the Teacher Development and Certification Commission of APTA, Dianna has conducted faculty development workshops in Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, and the Philippines. In her new role as chairperson of the TDCC, she plans to continue to use her DMin project curriculum to do further training in APTA-member Bible schools in the Philippines and throughout the Asia Pacific region.


“Excellence in Leadership: A Study of Three Levels of Bible School Leadership” in Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies, Volume 25, Number 1 (February 2022).

Family and Personal Interests

Dianna and her husband, Darin, have one adopted daughter and one adopted son—Mycah and Nathan.

Teaching Areas: Education

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