William Powell Tuck

William Powell Tuck, a native of Virginia, has served as a pastor in Virginia, Kentucky, Louisiana and North Carolina.

He has also been a professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, and has taught adjunctively at several colleges and at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond.

Tuck is the author of over 100 articles published in religious journals and magazines and has written or edited 40 books, including those published by Nurturing Faith, A Pastor Preaching: Toward a Theology of the Proclaimed Word and The Pulpit Ministry of the Pastors of River Road Church, Baptist (editor), and from other presses, The Difficult Sayings of Jesus, Modern Shapers of Baptist Thought in America, Love as a Way of Living, Facing Life’s Ups and Downs, The Compelling Faces of Jesus and others.

He received the Parish Pastor of the Year award from the Academy of Parish Clergy in 1997. In 2016, he received the Wayne Oates Award from the Oates Institute.

Tuck is married to Emily Campbell and is the father of two children and has five grandchildren, and resides in Midlothian, Virginia.

View Tuck’s Nurturing Faith book(s) below.