The Lord is my shepherd

Psalm 23


Living with Jesus, the good shepherd of Psalm 23, is living peacefully, meaningfully, together, and forever.

Peace can only come by knowing Christ, and all other forms of peace are hollow. You will never find the green pastures and still waters unless Christ the Good Shepherd leads you there, and you are his sheep. Jesus paid the price to save us from dead, and to bring us to his fold.

The peace we know in Jesus is to encourage us to live meaningfully in righteousness. Our life is for his reputation: The measure of our life is to reflect our rescuer.

We live together with him through the mountains and valleys of pain and suffering. God is with us. His rod and staff comfort and protect us; his nail-scarred hands reminding us he has overcome. In the valley we know that God is God, and when enemies surround us we can picnic with Christ. When we see our weakness, we learn Jesus’ strength. When we get out of the valley, we can share of the peace and goodness of Christ our Good Shepherd.

Our journey with Jesus, past the green pastures, and past the mountains and valleys, will end in eternal peace and rest with Jesus in heaven.

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18 Oct 2020

Louis Glazebrook

Married to Esther and father of three girls (Evelyn, Audrey and Winifred) Louis is the Planting Pastor at City on a Hill Surf Coast. The story that God has written for his life has thus far seen him enjoy a country upbringing, service in the army, working as physiotherapist and now most recently completing an MDiv at Ridley College. A few of his many weaknesses include caramel slice, boys toys, and not putting away his shoes.

18 Oct 2020

Louis Glazebrook

Married to Esther and father of three girls (Evelyn, Audrey and Winifred) Louis is the Planting Pastor at City on a Hill Surf Coast. The story that God has written for his life has thus far seen him enjoy a country upbringing, service in the army, working as physiotherapist and now most recently completing an MDiv at Ridley College. A few of his many weaknesses include caramel slice, boys toys, and not putting away his shoes.

18 Oct 2020

Louis Glazebrook

Married to Esther and father of three girls (Evelyn, Audrey and Winifred) Louis is the Planting Pastor at City on a Hill Surf Coast. The story that God has written for his life has thus far seen him enjoy a country upbringing, service in the army, working as physiotherapist and now most recently completing an MDiv at Ridley College. A few of his many weaknesses include caramel slice, boys toys, and not putting away his shoes.

18 Oct 2020

Nick Coombs

Nick is the Lead Pastor of City on a Hill Melbourne East. He loves Jesus, is passionate about connecting deep theology with everyday life, and eager to make a difference in the time he has by helping plant as many churches as possible. After Jesus, Nick loves his wife Jules, and his two kids, Axel and Aria. He holds an MDiv from Ridley College, is a member of Acts 29, an ordained Anglican minister and gives too much of his time to fantasy sports.

18 Oct 2020

Luke Nelson

Luke is the Lead Pastor of City on a Hill Melbourne West. He joined City on a Hill in its early days, serving as the Community Pastor in Melbourne, before being asked to lead his own church plant. Having grown up in Melbourne's western suburbs, he has a deep knowledge of and passion for the area, and a great desire to see the gospel bring transformation. A gifted communicator, he loves the work of pastoring a church, opening God's word each week and seeing the Spirit work. Luke graduated with a BA (Hons) from Melbourne University, has a Grad Dip in Divinity from Ridley College, and is close to completing a Masters of Ministry. He is an ordained Anglican minister in the Diocese of Melbourne and an active member of the Acts 29.