BACKWARD GLANCES: FAITH THROUGH A REARVIEW MIRRORPeople use rearview mirrors to check hair and make-up; to keep track of the motorcycle gang gaining on them; to make sure their friends' cars are still in the caravan; to watch the blaze orange sun splash its splendor across the western sky; to see if they have become interesting to the police officer in the speed trap; to observe someone else while they remain unseen. Looking back gives a different "Scope For Imagination." Steve and Anne Weihsmann have observed life and faith from both sides of the church doors. "Bull Moose," "A Computer Renaissance," "Deer Hunting Philosophy," "Good Friday At the Abortion Clinic," "I Don't Wave On the Bridge," "The Parable of the Spark Plug," "Prayer and Plywood," "Wet Cement," "Court Is (Not) In Session," and "Passive-Aggressive Uninstall" are just a few of the eighty-three essays in this book. And after you have used their rearview mirrors you will have an opportunity to use your own to record casual glances, penetrating looks or quick glimpses. Steve and Anne Weihsmann live in Duluth, Minnesota with their two youngest children and stay closely connected to their two adult children and son-in-law. Steve has been the pastor of Gethsemane Covenant Church for fifteen years; Anne has been the CEO of the Weihsmann family for far longer. The couple has been married for thirty-one years and is determined to continually glance back in order to more fully look ahead to God's work of renewal in their lives. Many of Steve's essays were originally published in The Hermantown Star and The Proctor Journal. Anne has had articles published in the Covenant Companion and is the author of "The Mistake Has a Name," a novel inspired by a true story.