Caribbean Crusade for Christ Worldwide | Founder
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About The Founder

Sharline S Schneider-Comer, aka Rena, is Visionary Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Caribbean Crusade for Christ Worldwide, Inc. (CCCW) founded in 2010.  CCCW became a non-profit organization in 2012. Rena is a native of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands and now resides in North Carolina with her beloved husband for over 30 years and her two amazing sons. Rena is a member of The Church on 68 under the Apostolic covering of Pastor Whitman Toland and Pastor Ressie Toland. She has a heartfelt attitude to serve children and families in low-income communities.   Rena believes in taking a wholistic approach with a collaborate quest to build strong partnerships to provide basic needs, such as food, clothing, education and occupational resources, promoting hope towards a brighter future.

As a conference speaker and author, Rena has authored two study guides, “Basic Training for Deliverance Ministry,” designed to help build a biblical understanding of deliverance and “21 Days after My Encounter,”  a daily journal designed to help you develop a lifestyle of prayer.   Purchases can be made on All proceeds are tax deductible and will help to carry out the vision and mission of the organization. She is also host of  Spirit Matters with Rena, a blog talk radio show that will empower and encourage you towards the message of hope and spiritual freedom. 

Rena is a graduate of the ministerial leadership program, School of Leaders. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, a business graduate of Brookstone College of Business, a North Carolina Real Estate Broker, member and former President of the City of Greensboro Talk of the Town Toastmasters Club.  She is an active member of the City of Greensboro Employee Relation Groups, African American Network (AAN),  Women in the Workforce (WIW) and Hispanic & Latino Group. 

“Impacting communities locally and worldwide”