A Journey of Spiritual Growth Looking back at the events of our lives, we can choose to see only the bad things that have occured. That was Nancy Weems' way of thinking until someone challenged it and caused her to appreciate all that God had done through her life. In Looking Through the Rearview Mirror, Weems begins with chronicling her years of growing up in the Miami of the 1960s. After the tragic deaths of her brother at a young age and then her cousin when she was 16, Weems began committing to paper the experiences she had and the lessons she learned. Culled from these writings and written from a mature perspective, this book shares the highlights of a journey spent walking with God. We may not be able to undo our past, but we can learn from it if we look through the rearview mirror of life. College students have raved about Looking Through the Rearview Mirror with comments such as, "The book is like having a conversation. It's so refreshing. It was written to people who need to be reminded that there is a God who loves them just as they are and that He is in control." and "I could identify with your thoughts and conclusions."