Pop superstar Justin Bieber has been extremely vocal about his Christian conversion this year ahead of his religious marriage ceremony to his wife, Hailey Baldwin.
Bieber's father-in-law, Stephen Baldwin, recently told TMZ that the celebrity couple will keep God at the center of their formal wedding celebration.
“I just think that, as Christians and as believers, they understand that if you don’t have God’s spirit working in your marriage it just makes it more and more difficult to make it work and have peace and find happiness,” he said.
Bieber also led worship at pastor Judah Smith’s Churchome and took to social media to share the performance with his millions of followers.
"Sang at church last night. God is pulling me through a hard season. Having trust in Jesus at your worst times is the absolute hardest. But He is faithful to complete what He started," Bieber wrote on Instagram.
"I also want to thank my wife for being such a huge support in my life through this season." he continued. "It says in the Bible count it ALL JOY when you face trials of various kinds. Sounds insane considering when you face trials you feel terrible. But if we are grateful and worship God for what we do have in that season there is so much power in that. Whatever pain you are going through just keep telling yourself, THIS WONT LAST! Love you guys we in this together."
Bieber's transformation took place after the star committed a series of offenses. His new outlook on life is widely attributed to the mentoring he received from pastors Carl Lentz, Judah Smith, Chad Veach and Rich Wilkerson Jr.