Justin and Hailey Bieber say faith in Jesus has kept them anchored during pandemic

Justin and Hailey Bieber(Photo: Facebook/Justin Bieber)

Pop star Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey Bieber have spoken about their faith in Jesus in a recently launched Facebook Watch web series titled "The Biebers." The series follows the lives of the couple as they remain under lockdown amid the coranivirus pandemic.

In the latest episode, the couple shared about their Christian faith and how they stay anchored through a virtual church community.

Justin said to Hailey:

"What is your anchor that keeps you pushing, obviously like our faith? You and I have the same belief system. We believe in Jesus and His forgiveness and salvation, just that whole thing. Do you think that that's having your anchor in your spirit? Knowing that regardless of what's going on in the world you kind of have that security?"

Hailey replied: "Totally. Not only knowing that we have the peace of Jesus and we can lean on Him during this time and we can read the Bible, we can do so many things. We also have our church community that has been constant through this whole thing."

She continued: "Being able to, every Wednesday, we watched our church services and there's still that real sense of community even in isolation. I think that's honestly helped a lot and staying in touch with the people that we love and care about and who keep us encouraged and pray for us." Hailey added. "I'm actually so surprised with the different ways we've been able to keep up with our community and connect."

The Biebers attend Pastor Judah Smith's Churchome.

Justin Bieber is regularly seen attending church. In March, he shared the 'digital church' experience with his 130 million Instagram followers by broadcasting a live sermon from Judah Smith. "By no means do you need to believe in what I believe but know your loved and more than welcome to join me as I watch church today!" he wrote on Instagram.