Gary Stuckey, an ordained minister, currently serves Colonel Light Gardens Uniting Church (Australia) and is a trained spiritual director. He often leads retreats and teaches meditation in local church settings. Stuckey's education includes a BA in theology from Murdoch University in Perth, and he is currently studying for a Master of Ministry at Adelaide College of Divinity. He and his wife, Marilyn, have two grown children. Stuckey enjoys music, making candles, and Tai Chi. He is a domestic member of The Brothers and Sisters of Charity, a monastic community in Arkansas.
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Tending the Seed

Nurture Your God-Given Potential  
Ann Siddall, Gary Stuckey
God gives generously to each of us and invites our cooperation. The best illustration for this is the parable of the sower. "Jesus said, 'A sower went out to sow his seed … Some fell into good soil, and when it grew, it produced a hundredfold…' " As Christians, we're expected to be progressively transformed and more spiritually formed. To do so, Siddall and Stuckey assert that we need to find lifestyles and practices that help us through the slow, deep process of discerning and nurturing our ...