Hailey Bieber Says ‘Bond of Faith and Spirituality’ is ‘Everything’ in Relationship With Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin in Bahamas, July 8, 2018. | (Screenshot: Instagram)

Supermodel Hailey Baldwin, known now as Hailey Bieber is gracing the cover of Elle’s 2020 March issue and in the issue she openly discussed her Christian faith and its influence in her marriage to pop star Justin Bieber.

Hailey and Justin first met as children after Hailey’s father, Stephen Baldwin, introduced the two. They tried dating when the model was 19, but their lives were “going in very different directions,” she told Elle. The stars would later reconnect while attending a church conference.

“We ended up being at this church conference together in Miami, and it was the first time we’d seen each other in a while. I remember we were hanging out and I was like, ‘Listen, I’m really, really happy for us to be friends again. I want us to always be cool and be friends.’ He was like, ‘Yeah, here’s the thing: We’re not going to be friends.’ And I was like, ‘Oh. Is that so?’ ” she explained.

Justin and Hailey had changed since the last time they dated and she credited their mutual belief in God as to what solidified their reunion and eventual fate as husband and wife.

“Being able to share that with each other—to have that bond of faith and spirituality—is so [critical] for us. It’s the most important part of our relationship, following Jesus together, being a part of the church community together. It’s everything,” Hailey said.

In the interview, the 23-year-old said she grew up attending a nondenominational church near Nyack but wasn’t really interested in her parents’ faith until she moved to New York.

“As I got older, it got harder to follow church and the Bible because it felt very adult. I don’t want to sound wrong, but it was boring. I didn’t care about it anymore, until I found a church I felt was geared toward young people,” she explained.  “And for me, that was the Hillsong Church in New York City.”

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law