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. 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.
- www.christianbook.com Archived November 14, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
- "46th Georgia Author of the Year Awards" (PDF). 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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