The Crown of Rejoicing Program

The Crown of Rejoicing Program (C.O.R.P.) is a spiritual program that aims to encourage and empower Christians to share their faith with others. It is based on the biblical teaching that says, “For what is our hope, or joy, or crown of rejoicing? Are not even ye in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ at his coming?” (1 Thessalonians 2:19, KJV).

The Crown of Rejoicing Program

The Crown of Rejoicing Program (C.O.R.P.) is a spiritual program that aims to encourage and empower Christians to share their faith with others. It is based on the biblical teaching that says, "For what is our hope, or joy, or crown of rejoicing? Are not even ye in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ at his coming?" (1 Thessalonians 2:19, KJV).

I learned about this program from Randy Edwards, professor of Andersonville Theological Seminary in the Personal Evangelism class.

In my notes I remember Edwards saying around 95% of church members have never led anyone to the Lord. That means only 5% of the church is soul winning.

The C.O.R.P. program is designed to equip Christians with the tools and resources they need to effectively witness to people about their faith. It encourages Christians to share the gospel with others, to invite them to church, and to engage in evangelistic activities. The program is open to anyone who is interested in sharing their faith and making a positive impact on the world.

The Crown of Rejoicing Program is based on 1 Thessalonians 2:19-20, which reads, “For what is our hope, or joy, or crown of rejoicing? Are not even ye in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ at his coming? For ye are our glory and joy.” This passage speaks to the joy and satisfaction that comes from leading someone to Christ.

The Crown of Rejoicing Program is a simple but powerful approach to evangelism. It involves identifying people who need to hear the gospel and committing to pray for them and share the good news with them. This can be done in a variety of ways, such as through personal conversations, social media, or evangelistic events.

The program encourages Christians to focus on building relationships with people and sharing the love of Christ in a natural, authentic way. It emphasizes the importance of being intentional about evangelism and recognizing the eternal significance of every person’s soul.

One of the key components of the Crown of Rejoicing Program is education. The program provides resources, training, and guidance to help Christians become more effective witnesses. It teaches Christians how to share their faith in a way that is clear, concise, and relevant. It also provides guidance on how to address common objections to the Christian faith and how to answer difficult questions.

Another key component of the program is community. The program encourages Christians to come together and support one another as they seek to share their faith. It provides opportunities for Christians to connect with one another, to share their experiences, and to encourage one another in their faith.

The Crown of Rejoicing Program is based on the belief that sharing one’s faith is an important part of the Christian life. It is a way of showing God’s love to others and of helping them find hope and meaning in their lives. The program encourages Christians to be bold in their witness and to trust in God’s guidance as they share their faith.


Outline of the Program

Preface
Lesson # 1 The Crown Of Rejoicing Purpose Statement
Lesson # 2 Your Personal Testimony
Lesson # 3 Persuading People
Lesson # 4 The C.O.R.P. Outline For Presenting The Gospel
Lesson # 5 Ten Reasons For The C.O.R.P. Outline
Lesson # 6 Breaking Down The Presentation (Part 1)
Lesson # 7 Breaking Down The Presentation (Part 2)
Lesson # 8 Breaking Down The Presentation (Part 3)
Lesson # 9 Handling Objections
Lesson # 10 How Paul Got It Done
Lesson # 11 The Making Of Fishermen
Lesson # 12 Learning From The Masters

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This method you use your personal testimony and talk to people about what they like and watch their body language as markers of when to share the gospel.

In conclusion, the Crown of Rejoicing Program is a powerful tool for Christians who are seeking to share their faith with others. It provides education, community, and support to help Christians become more effective witnesses. By participating in the program, Christians can make a positive impact on the world and help others find hope and meaning in their lives.

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