Backstage Pass: The Naomi Striemer Story, Pacific Press Publishing Association, Nampa, Idaho, 2013, 192 pages, US$16.99. Reviewed by Frank A. Campbell, president of ARISE!
It was Thursday when Naomi Striemer got off a plane in New York and went directly to “Daddy’s House,” as in Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs. Instead of the expected discussions about a music contract, she was treated to a night of dining and partying that she could neither appreciate nor enjoy.
Then came Friday. Striemer spent the day struggling with the question of whether an Adventist’s dream of serving God as a solo artist in the mainstream …