Sundays are all about work and play for Justin Bieber!

In a series of paparazzi photos, the pop singer was seen enjoying a laid-back morning at a golf course in Los Angeles. The "Love Yourself" artist sported a blue-collared shirt, shorts, a pair of spiked shoes, spectacles, and a black cap while he hit some golf balls at the Angeles National Golf Club.

Singer steps out to play and work over the weekend

According to Daily Mail, the membership fee at the Los Angeles course costs more than $4,000 per year. On the same day, Justin Bieber was photographed on his way to a recording studio with a male friend.

The 23-year-old artist kept it casual in a white shirt paired with neutral-toned shorts and athletic shoes.

He was also seen holding what appeared to be a Bible that proved his dedication to his faith and Christianity. In fact, Justin Bieber has been vocal about his desire to rededicate his life to Jesus Christ which fueled his decision to cancel the remainder of his "Purpose" world tour concert in July.

In a heartfelt letter to fans, the "Cold Water" singer thanked and apologized to the Beliebers for the sudden announcement to cancel the concert series. The Canadian artist reassured his fans that he did not intend to make them feel disappointed and betrayed over his decision to take some time off from touring.

Justin Bieber explained his desire to become a sustainable person, artist, husband, and father in the future by protecting his calling. Since he announced his temporary hiatus from the music scene, the young artist has been actively participating in church activities.

Bieber and his journey to Christian faith

He recently traveled to Australia to join this year's Hillsong Conference held the Pentecostal megachurch in Sydney.

Despite his packed schedule, the Canadian artist arrived at the annual gathering via private jet to take part in the three-day event.

The "Despacito" singer was accompanied by pastor Carl Lentz and some of his church friends when he arrived at the Qudos Bank Arena. Justin Bieber was all smiles when he greeted his colleagues upon his arrival.

He also took to Instagram to share a video of himself singing and dancing to Australia's Hillsong Young & Free. "Nothing more fun/cool than praising our God," he captioned the post.

The pop singer also promoted pastor Carl Lentz' "Own the Moment" and expressed his excitement to read the inspirational book written by "one of the best writers" he knows.