Kourtney Kardashian heads out for sushi with pastor friend Rich Wilkerson

Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian with mum Kris JennerReuters

Kourtney Kardashian, reality star of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," enjoyed a Japanese dinner with close family friend and pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. earlier this week at Nobu in Malibu.

It's possible Kourtney was seeking the counsel of Wilkerson regarding her possible reconciliation with former partner Scott Disick, reports X17.

She has been spending a lot of time with Disick recently, and even hinted in the family show that she might rekindle her relationship with him.

Kourtney and Scott have long had an on-again, off-again relationship and have two children together - Mason Dash, who was born in December 2009; and Penelope Scotland, who was born in July 2012.

The Kardashian family still consider Disick a part of their family. But given his and Kourtney's tumultuous relationship, the two have never actually wed.


Meanwhile, Wilkerson, who is known as a celebrity pastor because of his ties with well-known personalities such as Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, has formed a great bond with the Kardashian clan. In fact, he was even the one who officiated the wedding of Kourtney's sister Kim to rapper Kanye West in Florence.

When Wilkerson wrote a new book entitled "Sandcastle Kings: Meeting Jesus In a Spiritually Bankrupt World," he asked Kanye to design the cover image. A lot of Christians objected to his choice of artist, but Wilkerson explained that he wanted the book to appeal not just to the faith community, but also to secular society.

"The church throughout history has always called upon some of the world's greatest artists in their time period whether they were believers, non-believers, whether they agree with their message or not. And I just feel like for 2016, Kanye West, whether you like him, love him, hate him, it wasn't about endorsing his lifestyle, he's a very influential artist," he earlier told Rapzilla.