Ian M. Giatti
A veteran media and entertainment talent, Ian Michael Giatti is also a seasoned ministry leader whose first passion is teaching the Word of God for audiences of all ages. In addition to his career in broadcast and digital journalism, Ian has served as a Sunday School teacher, in ministry leadership, and has led Bible studies for inmates and staff at local jails. After departing California during the COVID-19 pandemic, Ian, his wife and four kids are now proud Texans.
The largest school board in Canada has removed an official document from its website that equated the Canadian education system with “white supremacy” and listed Christianity as a trait of “a colonial structure that centers whiteness.”
A former Wisconsin human resources director and member of an anti-Christian drag troupe has been arrested on child pornography and sexual exploitation charges after he and his husband reportedly abused their adopted son.
Kirk Cameron: Biblical command to 'turn the other cheek' doesn't mean Christians should 'tolerate tyranny'
Kirk Cameron has some thoughts on what it really means to "turn the other cheek."
Texas teacher placed on leave for wearing women's clothing, sought to teach 'baby gays' how to 'vogue'
A cross-dressing Texas high school teacher who was placed on leave after showing up to school in women’s clothing publicly advocated for using the school’s LGBT club to teach “baby gays” how to “vogue.”
College LGBT Ash Wednesday event claims Bible's condemnation of homosexuality is 'Christian fake news'
Two Christian student organizations are facing backlash over their sponsorship of an LGBT Ash Wednesday event that claimed Christianity is “often a face of intolerance” and the Gospel endorses homosexuality.
'Some of you are going to Hell with clean feet': Mark Driscoll responds to Super Bowl 'He Gets Us' ad
While the controversial “He Gets Us” ad that aired during the Super Bowl stirred up plenty of conversation, pastor and author Mark Driscoll offered his own unfiltered take.
Two prominent websites sought to downplay what many viewers believed to be a satanic moment at the Super Bowl.
An Evangelical megachurch in Ohio kicked off Super Bowl weekend — literally — with a sermon that had all of social media buzzing.
An Ohio children’s museum has canceled a “queer prom” event for children as young as 12 years old after a flier for the event showing drag performers with vulgar stage names went viral.
A new project and curriculum aimed at helping Christians "heal political divisions in the Church" is being led by Christian leaders who have previously voiced their dislike of former President Donald Trump and the support he's received from white Evangelicals.