Caleb has extensive ministry experience in a wide range of ages and cultures. He is a fourth-generation minister and has been serving in ministry since he was a teenager. Caleb has served in various roles with Youth Summer Camps, Youth Alive and Adult Ministries. While completing his B.A. in Church Ministries from Southwestern Assemblies of God University, Caleb was hired as a Student Pastor and served in that roll until he left to go plant The Link Church in Boston MA. He served as the Lead Pastor of the Link Church overseeing its inception and steady growth for five years before joining the Highpoint team as the Associate Pastor and member of the preaching team. Caleb began serving as the Lead Pastor at Highpoint Church in July of 2019. He and Morgan McNaughton met while Caleb was preaching at Morgan’s college in early 2012. They fell in love, and a year and a half later, they were married and working in full-time ministry together. They have little boys Micah, Judah, and Levi and enjoy working out, sports and exploring the outdoors.
Karl gives executive leadership to the children’s ministries of Highpoint Ministry Group. He has a passion to reach, teach and release kids to impact their world. Karl graduated from Moody Bible Institute and received his Master’s in Children’s Ministry from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Since that time, he has become a recognized leader in children’s ministry and was recently named one of the Top 20 Influencers in Children’s Ministry by Children’s Ministry Magazine. Karl founded Kidology.org, a non-profit ministry that coaches, equips, trains and encourages children’s ministry leaders all around the world. As a children’s Pastor, he brings faith alive in creative and energetic ways through technology, puppets, magic, balloons and other crazy methods. Karl enjoys hiking, photography, solving Rubix cubes and is an admitted Star Wars geek. His wife, Sara, enjoys crafts, going out with friends and being a helper to Karl in ministry. Their son, Luke, loves Legos, Minecraft and his dog, Teddy.
Forrest has served in many capacities in ministry from leading teaching-programs for students in the local church, to traveling the country and abroad as a worship leader. With the influence of family members involved in ministry, Forrest was sensitive to God’s call on his life at a young age. He attended Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, TX, graduating with a B.A. in Bible and Theology with a Minor in Biblical Preaching. As a student there, he served as a Residential Assistant, traveled extensively as a leader of a traveling worship team, and was involved as a worship and youth leader at his church. He enjoys high-quality coffee, “Nacho Libre”, and the great outdoors. Forrest’s passion is for people to experience an authentic relationship with Jesus that impacts their life trajectory and the communities around them.
Nicole has served as Highpoint’s worship leader for the last year and half. Prior to taking on that leadership role, she was heavily involved in the worship ministry for the last 15 years. Nicole spent her early years in Northern California until she moved to Colorado in 2002. She met her wonderful husband Gio at Highpoint, and they married in 2014. Nicole has a passion for worship and cultivating an environment where people can experience the presence of God through music. Nicole and Gio enjoy camping, watching the Broncos and spending time with family and their boxer puppies, Dexter and Bella.
Courtney was born and raised in Colorado and is proud to be a native to this beautiful state. She accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at a young ageand is passionate about doing God’s work. Courtney and her husband, Andrew, have been married for 10 years and have three beautiful children ages 6, 3 and 1. She obtained her Interior Design degree from Arapahoe Community College and enjoys using her creativity in all things! She loves being around children. She isexcited for the opportunity to be a light tothe children of Highpoint Church and to use her skills and experience to direct the early childhood ministry.
Charlie Self is a minister, author, scholar and theologian. His ability to frame culture in a Biblical and historical context has made him a popular speaker and talk radio personality.
As a member of Highpoint’s teaching team, Charlie will be teaching the quarterly Trailblaze series that seeks to give practical tools to live out one’s faith in a world torn by ethnic, political and violent conflict. Charlie and Kathleen (a professional artist) are celebrating 34 years of marriage and have three adult children.