Sharline “Rena” Schneider-Comer is a sought out speaker, Christian author and entrepreneur who travels the world committed to helping people in need, restoring hope to the hopeless and empowering individuals to achieve their God-given potential.
Rena established Caribbean Crusade for Christ Worldwide, Inc. (CCCW) in 2012 and serves as its chief operating officer. Her goal is to help individuals, children and families who are destitute or who are struggling to obtain the support and resources they need to secure a better life, restoring the spirit, body and soul.
Rena has written two study guides: “Basic Training for Deliverance Ministry,” a manual designed to assist believers with attaining a biblical understanding of deliverance and assist them with developing deliverance ministry teams; and “21 Days after My Encounter,” which provides a practical journal for individuals to stay plugged in after their spiritual “Encounter”. She is also founder and host for Spirit Matters with Rena, (www.blogtalkradio.com/spiritmatterswitrena) a monthly blog talk radio broadcast that focuses on Kingdom Living and providing hope for a brighter future.
Rena served as Outreach Director and Prison Ministry Coordinator at her local church. She travels around the country facilitating retreats and workshops on Deliverance and Inner-Healing, helping to transform lives, encouraging others to live to their maximum potential. In addition, she collaborates with organizations in the community to host health fairs throughout the year.
She is a graduate of the School of Discipleship founded by the phenomenal apostolic teacher, the late Bishop Otis Lockett Sr. Rena also holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from North Carolina A & T State University, an Associates in Business from Brookstone Business College, a NC Real Estate Broker license, Chairperson for Transformation, Inc., a non-profit organization that focuses on inner-healing. Rena is also the recipient of the Toastmasters International sponsor certificate award, Advanced Leader Silver recognition for playing a major role and providing her efforts, interest and skills in organizing the newly chartered “Talk of the Town” City of Greensboro Club (District 37) where she currently holds the position of VP Education.
Rena is a native of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. However, she has resided in Guilford County, North Carolina with her beloved husband for over 25 years and her two amazing sons.