Hailey Bieber Says Her True Purpose in Life is Not to Promote Fashion But to Represent Jesus in the World

Supermodel, TV personality and newlywed Hailey Bieber, formerly known as Hailey Baldwin, revealed that her true purpose in life is not to promote beauty or fashion but to reflect Jesus in the world.

Her testimony was recently featured on Hillsong’s new TV show “Now With Natalie,” a six-part series in which wardrobe stylist Natalie Manuel Lee sits down with Christian celebrities who share about their faith, what they wrestle with and their purpose in life.

Episode one featured supermodel Hailey Bieber, filmmaker Elliot Rausch and Cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Caroline Leaf. Bieber was the main focus of the episode which centered around identity and comparison.

“I was coming up in this next generation and there’s a group of people that are this next generation of kids in the industry,” Baldwin said in the episode.

The 22-year-old revealed that she always wanted to make sure she carried the Baldwin legacy in a positive way and it’s why she avoided trouble. Her father, Stephen Baldwin, is a devout Christian who has now dedicated his acting career to making faith-based content. Bieber, meanwhile, is one of the most recognized faces in mainstream modeling.

“I obviously believe in modesty but a big part of my job is body and face and vanity and that is the whole premise of what I do so it’s actually really difficult to try to be like, ‘OK, this is what I do for my job but on Sunday I’m in church and that’s like a real thing for me, that’s a real lifestyle for me and Jesus is a real thing for me,’ without it looking like I’m compromising everything,” Bieber admitted to Lee.

She confessed that she struggled a lot with comparison throughout her career but acknowledged that comparison is “literally a waste of time.”

“It’s a photograph, it’s hair and makeup, it’s a team of people, it’s lighting, it’s all fabricated,” she said.

Describing the modeling industry, Bieber said, “It’s a lot of rejection, it’s a lot of disappointment, it’s a lot of that type of not feeling good enough thing. I think it’s more just trying to navigate through this whole life. It’s definitely not easy.”

But every time she faces disappointment, she always tries to have the perspective that “it obviously wasn’t God’s plan.”

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law