Pop music's superstar Justin Bieber is back in Sydney, Australia in order to attend the annual Hillsong Conference. The theme of the event, which also takes place in London and the United States later this year, is "Closer". Special guests at this year's conference include Beth Moore, Crag Groeschel, Jentzen Franklin, Lauren Daigle, John Gray and the Hillsong teams.
"This conference gathers the greater church, inspires fresh vision and hope for the future, and equips every individual to walk out the call of God on their life," a mission statement published on the church's official website stated.
"It inspires leaders and believers alike to make a difference in their sphere of influence for Kingdom's cause. It equips the church with God-breathed sessions, practical tools, and connection."
Tickets to the three-day event start at $359. Parishioners wanting to attend must register and be approved.
Prior to touching down down under, Bieber performed at the British Summer Time Festival in London's Hyde Park at the weekend wearing a baseball shirt from the aforementioned LVxSupreme collection. Appearing on the bill alongside Phil Collins - who needed to take the stage with a walking stick - and Blondie, Bieber, who was suffering a cold, disappointed fans by miming most of his set list.
"Backstage I have a Vicks inhaler and I'm using Olbas inhalers, they're the greatest of all time are they not? I used a Vicks one and all that medicine stuff is stuck in my nose right now, and I'm having a rough night. Don't judge me," he told the crowd.