Join us with Rev. Dr. Christina Jones Davis, LMFT for episode #5 “Why am I still in this relationship?” We discuss the intersection faith and relationships. Our guiding question for this episode asks, “How do you build and maintain a solid foundation?”

The TheoTherapist Podcast, where we explore the intersections connecting theology and mental health. The TheoTherapist podcast is hosted by Dr. Ca Trice Glenn, practical theologian and licenced therapist.

Episode Timeline

00:10 Welcome

00:45 Rev. Dr. Christina Jones Davis Background

02:45 Approach to Relationship Counseling

04:20 Relationship University

06:06 Leveling Up Your Relationship (Commitment)

07:25 Building a Solid Relationship Foundation

09:08 The Intersection of Personal Faith and Relationships

13:30 Relationship Conflict

28:30 Coping Strategies

19:05 Marrying the “Right One” vs. “Making it Work”

24:50 Maintaining a Healthy Relationship

Podcast Host


Rev. Dr. Ca Trice Glenn, LPC, ACS


Through counseling, consulting and training, Dr. Glenn shares her passion for wellness and balance. Over the last 20 years, she has held leadership positions in the entertainment, corporate, information technology and counseling fields. In addition to her professional experience, she also lives out her life’s vocational calling as an ordained minister. Dr. Glenn uses her gifts to educate and care for others seeking holistic wellness. Through counseling, consulting and training, Dr. Glenn shares her passion for wellness and balance.

Podcast Guest


Rev. Dr. Christina Jones Davis, LMFT


Rev. Dr. Christina Jones Davis, Th.D., LMFT is Clinic Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology and Marriage and Family Therapy at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana. Dr. Davis holds a Th.D. in Pastoral Care and Counseling, as well as an M. Div. and B.A. from Emory University. Her research and professional interests include spiritual care, relational psychoanalytical approaches to therapy, and providing culturally appropriate counseling for persons with mental illness and addiction. Beyond her academic research and scholarly publications, Dr. Davis possesses practical experience as a marriage and family therapist, hospital chaplain, and associate minister.