For over 27 years, Trueface has equipped people to discover the joy and peace of living beyond the mask and building trust in God and others. It is our prayer to see a world transformed by followers of Jesus experiencing the freedom of living authentically.

Today’s culture has perfected the art and science of creating masks. Behind these masks, people are dying inside. They’re disconnected with God and others. We’re here to change that! Our mission is to equip people to understand who God says they are and experience authentic community.

We hope to be a bridge for individuals and groups to encounter the peace and freedom of the original good news by trusting God and others with their whole selves. Our vision is to see tens of thousands of high-trust communities connecting relationally and growing spiritually.


In 1994, four families from three states, including two widows, invested hundreds of thousands of dollars into spreading the message of grace that they had experienced. Leadership Catalyst, which is now called Trueface, was formed. Within a couple of years, they released their first bestselling book, The Ascent Of A Leader.


As the 2000’s progressed, Trueface began partnering with major organizations like the Navigators, Trans World Radio, and the Salvation Army to model environments of grace. Books like TrueFaced, The Cure, and Bo’s Café were released as additional bestsellers, and High Trust Leader Center was launched online to provide worldwide access to training and consulting.

In 2019, Bruce McNicol was appointed as President Emeritus, and the Board of Directors commissioned Trueface’s second President and CEO, Robby Angle, to reimagine how to reach the next generation.


At Trueface, we’re committed to modeling grace in our relationships with each other, which
is reflected in our staff core values...

Choose Trust

We choose to depend on God and others.

Always Growing

In humility, we are continually growing in all aspects of our lives into the purposes of God.

Wise Stewards

We pursue excellence with our time and energy in order to help spread the message of God’sgrace.

Servant Hearted

The message we steward is more important than individual accomplishments.

Our goal is to dedicate our time and energy—and work as hard as we can—to help you experience authentic relationships in your own life!


Trueface is blessed with a dedicated board that is not only passionate about the gospel of grace in their ownlives, but also in the lives of others. Their wisdom and insight are guiding us forward in an effective, mission-oriented way.
Robby & Emily Angle

Robby is the President and CEO of Trueface. He lives in Dawsonville Georgia with his wife Emily and his 8 children.

Prior to serving at Trueface, Robby served for over 7 years at North Point Community Church in Atlanta, Georgia. In his role, Robby utilized Trueface resources through his various positions as Director of Adult Ministry Environments and Director of Men’s Groups. Prior to joining North Point, Robby and his wife, Emily, both worked in professional counseling and aid work, where they served with Samaritan’s Purse in Pakistan and Myanmar overseeing international disaster response teams. Robby and Emily received a Masters in Community Counseling from Appalachian State University. Angle also holds a business degree from the University of Florida, and a Certificate in Bible/Biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary.

He loves Trueface because he believes Trueface has created such a unique and effective way for teaching complex biblical principles of truth and grace, and moving people from pleasing God to trusting God with their new identity.

Scott and Stormy Morrison (Chair)

Scott and Stormy are real estate developers in Gilbert, Arizona. Scott was born and raised in the area and farmed there for many years, during which time he also ministered at William’s Air Force Base with The Navigators. The Morrison’s current project is turning the family farm into a 3,000-acre master-planned community known as Morrison Ranch. Scott and Stormy have touched and changed thousands of lives through their quiet philanthropy, which has been noted by such groups as Generous Giving. “Everything that we have belongs to God,” says Scott, “and we need to treat it accordingly. This is the overarching concept we break down into four smaller ideas: (1) We need to honor God with how much we give. (2) We need to honor God with how we give it. (3) We need to honor God with how much we keep. (4) We need to honor God with how we keep it.”

The Morrisons have been married since 1979. They have four grown children who are spread across the western U.S.

Lindy and Vic Black

Lindy and her husband, Vic, have been on staff with The Navigators for 42 years. They served on three college campuses and in 2003, Lindy began a role as Associate Director of the Collegiate Mission. Since then, she has served as Associate U.S. Field Director, Transition U.S. Field Director, and Associate U.S. Director. Lindy currently serves in leader development of current and future national and international leaders. She serves on the Board of Directors of The Navigators and Trueface. They have three married children and twelve grandchildren. Lindy loves to climb mountains, read, and go out to eat with friends.

C.E. and Lolita Crouse

C.E. and Lolita attended Asbury University for two years and graduated from the University of Kentucky, C.E. with a degree in Accounting and Lolita in Elementary Education. After working for a national accounting firm in their Greensboro, North Carolina office and a tour of duty with the Army in Korea, C.E. co-founded Capin Crouse, an accounting firm that specialized in serving evangelical nonprofit ministries across the United States. He retired in 2012 after nearly 40 years with the firm.

During his career, C.E. served a wide range of clients from large ministries to small family businesses and had a special interest in the area of board governance and development. He currently serves part time as the CFO of a think tank in Indianapolis, is on the Asbury University Board of Trustees along with several other nonprofit boards and is involved in several business ventures. C. E. and Lolita live in Wilmore, Kentucky, have been married for 51 years and have 3 children and 10 grandchildren.

Dennis and Jane Latimer

Dennis is eternally grateful to have experienced a life-changing encounter with Jesus when he was 15 years old. In his late teens, he was called to vocationally serve God in a business setting which led him to initially invest 11 years in various management roles with AT&T in IT, finance and change management after receiving his undergraduate degree from Berry College. Upon completion of an Executive MBA at Georgia State University, Dennis was privileged to join Web Industries, a contract-manufacturing company concentrated in the aerospace, medical and consumer products industries. Web was founded by a dynamic Christian who strove to not just run an excellent organization, but to also use the business as a tool to minister to others. Dennis served in various senior leadership and executive roles during his 26 years with Web, including heading a couple of operating divisions and then serving as COO, VP of Sales and Marketing and leading Web’s mergers and acquisitions, new business development and key customer relationship initiatives. After leaving Web during early 2017, he has widely provided consulting services and served on multiple non-profit boards.

Dennis was born in Atlanta and has lived in the area except for a 5-year stint near Boston. Jane and Dennis met in college, married in 1981 and have been richly blessed by their 3 children and their spouses along with 8 grand-children (and counting). Dennis and Jane have loved being a part of North Point Community Church for more than 20 years, which has provided rich opportunities for personal growth and service. It was through North Point’s men’s mentoring ministry that Dennis was first exposed to Trueface and he has never been the same since.

Pete and Roxanne Loescher

Pete is Managing Director of the Supply Chain Finance and Asset Monetization practices for PNC bank and has spent 25 years in the commercial and corporate banking arenas. He entered the financial services industry in 1992, and earned an MBA in 1997. However, Pete’s passion has been and continues to be the development of communities of men fully alive in their calling and in their identity in Christ.

In 2001 Pete came to the understanding that “faith is an individual decision, but it is a team sport” and has lived out of that truth ever since. When he first encountered the “Two Roads” talk and read “Truefaced,” the predecessor to “The Cure,” he was captured by their lessons and cautions related to faith and community. Upon reading “Bo’s Café” he knew that he had found the tool for which he had been searching to develop a common vocabulary for the many men that he influences and mentors in the Atlanta area. In addition to mentoring individuals and groups, Pete has been involved in the construction and launch of mentoring programs for three large Atlanta churches – Johnson Ferry Baptist (his home church), Northpoint Community Church and First Baptist of Roswell. He currently serves on the Men’s Advisory Counsel for both Johnson Ferry Baptist and Northpoint and as a Board Member for Radical Mentoring.

Pete is married to his wife Roxanne whom God has gifted and called into the teaching field for general education and special education elementary students. They have four children and reside in Roswell, a northern suburb of Atlanta.

Joellen and Paul Maurer

After years of being deeply impacted and influenced by the ministry of Trueface and its founders, it was a natural fit for Joellen to be join our board. A recovering “God pleaser” who grew up believing that she must earn her way into God’s favor, she has learned through life experiences, Biblical study, mentors, and the Trueface curriculum what it means to live a life of trusting God and trusting others.

With an MA with an emphasis in Spiritual Formation from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a BS from Milligan College in Education and Bible, her life long passion has been to help others to move forward in their spiritual journey. She has done this in many roles including women’s ministry leader, spiritual formation director, discipleship leader, retreat speaker, mentor, and Bible study leader.

She and her husband Paul (who is the president of Montreat College) live in Black Mountain, NC and together they have four children, Jon - who is married to Jenny, Liz, Daniel and Sarah, and three grandchildren.

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