Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber heed model’s dad’s call for prayers to save marriage

Hailey And Justin Bieber
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Justin and Hailey Bieber were recently seen embracing Hailey’s father’s suggestion to seek solace in faith, as they made their way to a Los Angeles church. On a Wednesday evening, the duo arrived in style, driving their high-end Tesla Cybertruck, valued at more than $90,000.

During their outing, the couple’s demeanor and fashion choices were notably distinct. Hailey, known for her role as the Rhode brand’s mogul, presented a serious expression, choosing a striking yellow argyle sweater paired with loose-fitting jeans for her church visit, told on Page Six. 

Justin, on the other hand, maintained a low profile, concealing his face beneath the hood of a large grey zip-up sweatshirt, opting for comfort and anonymity in his appearance. Their visit to the church, following the advice of Hailey’s father, underscores the couple’s inclination towards turning to their faith during times of need, reflecting a personal aspect of their lives away from the public eye.

Their latest outing comes after Hailey’s father Stephen Baldwin urged the public to “say a prayer” for a couple of five years.

He reposted a video of the Baby singer belting out an acoustic version of a song, originally shared by All Things Possible Ministries founder Victor Marx and captioned: “There are special challenges that folks in high visibility positions face and also the enemy doesn’t want them to draw closer to Jesus.”

“So often regardless of the material things or the accolades they face spiritual warfare that is intense and seeks to ship-wreck their faith, marriage, and life in general. So thank you,” Marx added in a since-deleted post.

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