Pop singer Justin Bieber continues to highlight his Christian faith through his career and with personal posts on social media. On Sunday, the Biebs posted an Instagram photo of himself standing near a wooden cross.
The photo was posted during the Bieber’s trip to his hometown of Stratford, Ontario, where the Canadian-born singer visited his grandparents and toured a museum exhibit created in his honor.
John Kastner, general manager of the Stratford Perth Museum, shared some of Bieber’s reactions to the exhibit in an interview with the Stratford Beacon Herald:
“He talked about what a great exhibit it was, how it spanned his life, how it was emotional for him,” Kastner said. “He said a couple of times, ‘Looking at this stuff gives me goosebumps. I never thought there would be a museum exhibit about me.’”
Bieber wasn’t officially performing at the Coachella music festival, but he ended up taking the stage at a side event hosted by Churchome. He performed the popular Christian worship songs, “Reckless Love” by Cory Asbury, “Tremble” by Mosaic, and “All I Need” by Hillsong United.
The wildly popular singer has been just as open about his past mistakes as he has been about reclaiming his long-held Christian faith. In recents months Bieber has frequently used his unique platform to share his belief in Jesus Christ with his over 98 million social media followers.
His spiritual mentors include high-profile pastors Judah Smith and Carl Lentz, who have come alongside the pop singer during his brief sabbatical.
As recent social media posts reveal, Bieber continues to use his fame to inspire others with his faith transformation. Keep up the good work, Justin!