Anne Trufant weaves music, humor, and common life experiences together to bring faith to life. A wife, mother of 7, speaker, and musician, Anne has been a retreat leader both in the US and abroad.
Originally from Louisiana, Anne received her Master’s in social work from LSU and helped found the Hosanna House, a home for unwed mothers in Baton Rouge, LA. (Anne was privileged to work with Mother Teresa, who later took over Hosanna House.)
For the last 29 years, Anne and her husband, David, have lived in Brevard, NC. They own and direct Camp Kahdalea for girls and Camp Chosatonga for boys, incredible places of faith, adventure, and friendship in the mountains. Anne and David are also co-founders of Change Lives Now, Inc., a non-profit organization working to provide a future with hope for those who struggle with social and spiritual deprivation, poverty, and neglect, primarily in war-torn areas of Africa.
Anne is passionate about sharing her faith and does so in a way that engages, encourages, and inspires.
Anne Trufant intertwines music and humor into everyday life experiences that bring faith to life. She is passionate about sharing her faith and does so in a way that engages, encourages, and inspires.
FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS: A Holy Spirit “boot camp” retreat. Find out more information and register here.