Evangelist and author Paula White quietly married rock guitarist Jonathan Cain over the weekend.
White shared photos of the ceremony on her Facebook and Twitter pages on Tuesday.
The pastor was formerly married to Dean Knight and Pastor Randy White, and has one son, Bradley Knight. Randy, also a megachurch pastor, offered congratulations to his ex-wife.
"I am so happy for Paula & Jonathan," he wrote on Facebook. "I pray they have a great marriage and do great works for the kingdom! I said I would never marry again until I made sure Paula married someone else . Bless them both and support them! #RandyWhite."
Cain, 65, is a member of Journey, and wrote their iconic song "Don't Stop Believin'." He has also performed with the bands The Babys and Bad English. Cain's marriage to Paula is his third, and he has three children from a prior marriage.
White leads New Destiny Christian Center in the Orlando metropolitan area, and hosts a television show, "Paula White Today." The programme is produced through Paula White Ministries, and appears on several cable networks.
The 49-year-old serves as a spiritual advisor to many celebrities, and has received several awards for her ministry.
White's wedding gown had a cream-coloured, lace bodice, with a high neck and sleeves. The mermaid skirt was white with a slit in the middle that stopped at the knee. White wore pearls and carried a stunning bouquet of white roses.
Following her wedding to Cain, White said she is "blessed beyond description."
"Such a beautiful wedding!" she wrote on social media.
"God is amazing! thank you Jensen Larson Photography and Johana Glaudi for the dress!!"