Justin Bieber arrived at a recording studio Thursday with his pastor Carl Lentz for the second day in a row.
The 23-year-old Canadian pop star kept it casual in a grey NFL Raiders jacket, untucked jersey and blue sweatpants as he headed into the Los Angeles studio.
The Baby singer completed his streetwear outfit with grey trainers and a green cap.
Studio session: Justin Bieber arrived at a Los Angeles recording studio Thursday with his pastor Carl Lentz
Bieber also had a pair of round glasses dangling from his mouth.
Lentz, 32, dressed sharp in a black collared shirt with a paisley pattern and black slacks.
He wore his glasses and had his dark hair slicked back.
Lentz is the leader of the Hillsong Church in New York City and has become popular among celebrities.
Consecutive outings: Lentz also accompanied Bieber to a recording studio Wednesday
He also accompanied the Sorry singer to a Beverly Hills recording studio Wednesday and they later dined together in West Hollywood.
Bieber and Lentz have formed a close relationship recently and the pair have been spotted frequently spending time together.
The Love Yourself singer earlier this summer credited Lentz for bringing out the best in him.
Role model: Justin recently shared a selfie of the pair on Instagram and declared that the pastor brings out the best in him
He posted a photo of him and Lentz on Instagram in July and wrote in the caption: ‘THIS IS MY DOG TIL THE DAY I DIE .. he’s the biggest Brodog, ride or die.. til the wheels fall off!! #bringsthebestoutofme’.
Bieber announced in August that he was ending his Purpose World Tour early.
He posted an emotional statement to his Instagram page to explain his reasons and revealed that he had let ‘bitterness, jealousy and fear run my life’ and wanted to take some time to make himself ‘sustainable’.
Throwback photo: The Canadian singer earlier this week shared a throwback photo of himself on Instagram