About Dr. Tina Louise

Dr. Tina Louise has been married to Deacon Johnson for thirty-four years. They are blessed with a daughter and two sons.  They have two granddaughters and a grandson.  Dr. Tina Louise ministers as Pastoral Counselor and Spiritual Life Coach in private practice where she counsels individuals, couples, and families.


The Johnson's serve at Heartwork Fellowship Ministries. Dr. Tina Louise has served as Pulpit Associate at First Community Baptist Church of Glen Burnie, MD where she was licensed and ordained under the leadership of Pastor Taylor.  Involved in ministry for over twenty years in various leadership roles, she enjoys working with Women, Youth & Young Adults, Missionaries, and Outreach initiatives.  In 2017 she produced The Reignition Conference.   Dr. Tina Louise retired after thirty years as a Human Resources Professional.


Dr. Tina Louise's credentials include:

  • Licensed and Ordained Minister of the Gospel
  • Doctorate in Clinical Pastoral Counseling
  • Master of Arts in Religion in Pastoral Counseling
  • Master of Science in Human Resources Management
  • Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, Human Resources Management Concentration
  • Certificates in Finance/Economics, Human Resources Management
  • Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor
  • Certified Temperament Counselor
  • Certified Prepare Enrich Facilitator
  • Professional Clinical Member of the National Christian Counselors Association (NCCA)
  • Certified Pastoral Member of the Sarasota Academy of Christian Counseling (SACC)
  • Member of the International Association of Women Ministers (IAWM)
  • Legacy Ambassador for the Women of Faith (WOF)



Dr. Tina Louise aspires to work as the Lord directs her paths. She believes the Lord has great things for her to do.  She loves to teach Sunday School and Bible Study. She is an author of two published spiritual poems entitled “Keep Me,” and “Thank You Lord” featured in Forever Spoken and Collected Whispers.


The Lord has anointed and kept Dr. Tina Louise through the years and she maintains her trust in the Lord. Her personal motto is “Hard work pays off,” and when she is excited in the Holy Spirit she usually shouts “Ain’t God Good!” God is good indeed!