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News - May 2014

Walking away from fame

  • Written by  Ian Anderson
Singer Naomi Striemer Photo: Provided

American singer Naomi Striemer was hailed by critics as the next Celine Dion.

With her dreams of fame and fortune on track, Naomi found herself rubbing shoulders with Randy Jackson, Carlos Santana, Steven Tyler, Britney Spears, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, Avril Lavigne, and Justin Timberlake.

But one conversation changed it all.

In the narrow hallway of a hip-hop studio, a chauffeur told her, “I had a dream about you last night. An angel came to me and told me he had a message for me to tell you.”

That message shook Naomi to the core and forced her to reexamine her life. Standing on the threshold of everything she had ever dreamed for herself, Naomi knew she had a decision to make. Would she stay and watch her dreams unfold, or walk away to pursue an incomparable God?

Naomi will be sharing her incredible story through testimony and song at a free concert at Victory Life Toowoomba on Thursday May 22.

People are encouraged to arrive at 6:30pm for a 7pm start for what will prove to be a powerful night of encouragement and entertainment.

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