Justin Bieber leads worship at LA church
02 September 2019 | 2:47 pm
Bieber led the worship on Wednesday night at Churchdome in Los Angeles. The lead pastor of Churchdome, Judah Smith, introduced the pop star. We first met Justin when he was like 8 years old in Toronto and he's always been a worshipper, and that's a lot of who he is, Judah Smith, Churchdome, via Fox News.
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