Leadership

 The Hotalings

Mark Hotaling  Pastor, Community Group Leader

A native Coloradan, Mark came to salvation in Jesus Christ in High School through a local youth ministry. In 1988, he moved to Fort Collins to attend Colorado State University and it is there he met his beautiful bride, Stephanie. After enlisting in the US Navy, Mark and Stephanie were married and spent 7 years in San Diego. After returning home, Mark followed the Lord’s call to serving Him full-time and graduated from the Pastor’s Institute at Mountain View Community Church. While overseeing the Children’s Ministry at Mountain View, he and Stephanie lead a Small Group and are now realizing their calling as church planters. Mark loves traveling to foreign countries as a missionary and is currently a pastor at High Plains Harvest Church.

Email: mark@highplainsharvest.org

 

Mike Self  Pastor, Worship Leader, Community Group Leader

The Selfs

Mike is a co-pastor at HPHC and leads the Worship Team. He is a drummer as well and enjoys preaching alongside Mark.  In addition, Mike oversees the Sharehouse ministry working in conjunction with Nelson and Stacy. Mike is a graduate of Fort Lewis College (1977) with a BS in Science and Colorado State University (1980) with a MS in Animal Science. Mike works in the logistics software business as a business solutions consultant, helping large companies develop and improve logistics and supply chain solutions. Mike’s hobbies are hunting, fishing, woodworking, dabbling with automotive projects and reading. Mike is married to his lifelong sweetheart, Jan and has 2 sons, Brian (Tess) and Todd (Bethany) and 3 grandchildren. Being involved in his children’s and especially grandchildren’s are precious moments given by God. They are such a joy.  Mike came to know Jesus Christ at the age of 9 growing up on a farm/ranch in southeastern Colorado.  The family attended a small Quaker church and after college, Mike rededicated his life to Jesus Christ while attending the Evangelical Free Church in Nebraska.  Mike and Jan relocated the family to Eaton, CO in 1980 due to his job and began attending Eaton Evangelical Free. In 2015 Mike and Jan began attending High Plains Harvest, responding to a call by God on their lives. In 2017 Mike began attending PLI (Pastor’s Leadership Institute) and graduated in December of 2018.  He was named Pastor March 19, 2019.

Email: Mike@highplainsharvest.org

 

Marvin Coblentz  Deacon, Community Group Leader

The Coblentz

Marvin was born in northeastern Ohio and moved to Pennsylvania as a teenager where he met his wife, Twyla. While he was raised in a family that regularly attended church services including Sunday School and Bible School, it wasn’t until moving to Colorado in 2003 that the Lord began changing his heart. Through a series of business failures, family struggles, and a health crisis, God brought Marvin to his knees in the parking lot of Home Depot where he surrendered his life to His Savior, Jesus Christ. Marvin is devoted to his Lord, wife, and family and is excited to serve the pastors and body of believers at High Plains Harvest Church.

Email: marvin@highplainsharvest.org

 

Angela Woodall  Children’s Director

         Angela

Angela was born and raised in Hillsboro, Oregon (just west of Portland) where most of her large extended family still resides. The Lord drew her during junior high. She stayed active in youth group through high school and started serving in the nursery at her local church. She moved to Colorado in 2003 to finish her college years at Colorado State University. With a degree in Human Development and Family studies she works for a local non-profit working with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In 2003, Angela started attending and quickly became involved at Mountain View Community Church where she served as the Children’s Ministry Director. Now she serves in many capacities and loves teaching the children at High Plains Harvest Church. 

Email: vbs@highplainsharvest.org 

 

Nelson Hollar  Neighbor to Neighbor Sharehouse Coordinator

      The Hollars 

Residing in northern Colorado his entire life, Nelson accepted Christ at a local church revival when he was 10 years old.  He met Stacie, his future wife, in junior high only to marry her 10 years later.  Nelson began volunteering at the Nunn Sharehouse in 2017, eventually taking on the role of Sharehouse coordinator.  He enjoys working with the volunteers and considers it a blessing to share the gospel with all who enter, by actions and words.  They have 2 married sons and 3 grandchildren.