Jonathan Luce was born in a small Texas town. He was just a month shy of being a dual citizen, after his dad and fully pregnant mom moved from Canada back to the States. His ancestry is French-Indian and Scottish.
Being creative is natural for him, because of his love for art, music and writing. He majored in art and minored in theology and music while at college. His search for a career lead him to California where he was able to land a creative position in publishing. He has been involved with Christian inspirational publishing for over eighteen years as an art director.
As a cancer survivor, he is no stranger to emotional and physical challenges. The purpose for his books is that readers would be inspired to see life through the eyes of hope. Whenever possible, he tries to accent his writing with humor.
This is a delightful, illustrated story about a clumsy dad, who tries his best to get a loaf of bread home safely from the grocery store. This time he might have a better chance with the assistance of his two eager kids. In the back of his mind he wonders, "Smashed Bread can happen once, but not twice! Can it?"
This book addresses the issue of worry in a fresh and exciting way. The techniques that are utilized for overcoming worry are presented in a concise and clear manner. Each of the topics is practical in nature, and can be easily applied to one’s life. The idea of worrying less and living well can be life changing. Take a chance and try something completely different for a change.