Anita Renfroe (born April 4, 1962) is an American Christian comedian from Atlanta, Georgia, the wife of a Baptist pastor and the mother of three children. She is a regular commentator on Good Morning America.
She became famous after her comic rendition of everything that a mother would typically say to her children in the course of a day, set to the William Tell Overture and entitled Momisms, was posted on YouTube. Patti Harshey of the Northland Church, performed the song as The Mom Song in a tougher manner.
According to Christian Books website, "Anita Renfroe has the spiritual gift of saying what most women think but are afraid to say out loud."  She has been touring with the largest touring Christian women's conference, Women of Faith, since 2006.
- Georgia Author of the Year (Essay) – “Don't Say I Didn't Warn You: Kids, Carbs, and the Coming Hormonal Apocalypse” 
- <Anita herself in chat on UStream 2/21/11>
- Mimi Swartz, "Did You Hear the One About the Christian Comedian?", The New York Times, Feb. 24, 2008.
- Oh my God! America's funniest woman?, The Independent 28 Feb. 2008.
- Christian Author Joins GMA Roster, Publishers Weekly 27 Feb. 2008.
- "46th Georgia Author of the Year Awards". Georgia Writers Association. Retrieved 2010-07-01.
- Official website
- Mom's Overture on YouTube
- Interview on CBS
- "Comedian Anita Renfroe's Bad Hair Day" (first segment on Good Morning America), February 15, 2008
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