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Justin bieber cancels world tour to start a church

Justin Bieber has cancelled the remainder of his world tour “unforeseen circumstances” after issuing a statement on facebook saying

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, Justin Bieber will cancel the remainder of the Purpose World Tour concerts. Justin loves his fans and hates to disappoint them. He thanks his fans for the incredible experience of the Purpose World Tour over last 18 months. He is grateful and honored to have shared that experience with his cast and crew for over 150 successful shows across 6 continents during this run. However, after careful consideration he has decided he will not be performing any further dates. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase”
Justin Bieber has told TMZ.com “I’m sorry for anybody who feels disappointed or betrayed.”.
This news has left many of his fans devastated on twitter.

However, one fan pointed out on twitter that he has done this before.

Justin Bieber will not be playing the last 15 shows of the tour after playing more than 150 concerts over the last year and a half. With some speculating that the reason Justin has cancelled his world tour is because he is starting his own church.

A close source has revealed that after attending a mega church Hillsong conference at Sydney Justin Bieber who is a Christian had a “spiritual awakening”. The source also said “I am led to believe that the real reason he has come off the road is because he wants to reconnect with his faith and he may be even planning to start his own church”
If this is true and Justin Bieber has decided to start his own church we can only pray that his new church make a real difference upon peoples lives.

Just like Justin the Hillsong church that he attends isn’t without a little controversy. The hill song church does have a sketchy past with tax avoidance and super rich pastors. We can only hope that Justin Bieber steps away from this mega church and creates his own less corrupt church one that does not focus on money and fame but solely on Jesus. Maybe then with Justin Biebers huge following he might actually do some good in the world. According to reports Justin Bieber has however denied these claims that he is starting his own church but this could be simply a way to stop disappointed fans criticizing his decision.

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  1. I saw that article about Justin canceling his tour. I didnt see the part about him going to the Hillsong Conference and being touched by God. If thats true though…thats amazing! Also, Ive always loved Hillsong and never heard of them being involved in tax evasion. Do you have any articles or research supporting that? Id be interested in reading that. I dont think its wrong for Christians or pastors to be wealthy. Should we be poor? I suppose the real question is how do people get their money, and how do they spend it. These are things we cant always see. For example, you may have a pastor who makes an average salary, but writes books, is involved in real estate investment, speaking engagements, has been careful with his money for a long time. So we cant assume we know how people get their money, including pastors. I always thought it would be amazing if Justin Beiber used his talents for God. I could totally see the calling on his life. If he were to start doing that…lets applaud it! I dont own any of his music but its sad the way everyone puts him down. He’s still a person and designed by God and as such, someone we should honor and respect. Also, did you ever try that church again or another one? I hope so. Dont give up. You are valuable to the kingdom of God, and he wants to use you.

    • There is an interesting church watch website all about the hillsong megachurch https://hillsongchurchwatch.com//?s=money&search=Go maybe though I am reading too many websites focusing on bad churches rather than focusing on the good (will try to fix that), maybe it is wrong of me to make any judgements at all. Just as long as the pastors aren’t exploiting the bible and peoples faith as a means of getting rich via offerings “you donate x amount to us and you will be blessed then I guess your right there isn’t anything wrong with churches being rich. Money after all is needed to spread the message. Currently I am still attending the same church and Im going by your advise about being “that person” 🙂

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