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.
When it comes to discerning the work of the devil, people shouldn't be looking for a horned creature in red tights holding a pitchfork.
For Mary Hasson, it all started in 1996 with a small band of “transsexual activists” who met in Houston. It was at that meeting that the International Bill of Gender Rights was created.
Jennifer Lahl knows a thing or two about medicine: after spending 20 years in clinical nursing, she is the founder and president of the Center for Bioethics and Culture, which works to help educate the public about the day’s most pressing bioethical issues.
Transgender movement is nothing more than 'ideology masquerading as science,' Christian physician says
When it comes to transgender ideology, Dr. André Van Mol says simply being a board certified family physician in today’s political climate could be considered controversial.
An Arizona pastor who faced a firestorm of controversy last month after an excerpt from a book he wrote about sex and marriage was published by The Gospel Coalition is standing by his work but conceded that it was “unwise” to use the particular passage in a short excerpt.
A Wyoming lawmaker has apologized after sharing what critics contend is a social media post encouraging violence in support of the trans-identified community less than a week after the Tennessee school shooting.
CMT Music Awards feature drag performers, Kelsea Ballerini prays for change after Nashville shooting
Just days after a trans-identified shooter killed six people at a Tennessee Christian school, singer Kelsea Ballerini spoke at the CMT awards about gun violence and her personal experience of witnessing the death of a classmate in a shooting at her high school cafeteria. And that wasn't the only statement Ballerini said she was making at the awards show, where she performed a music number with several drag queens on stage.
A politically embattled Republican congressman has introduced a bill that would prohibit the United States from providing foreign aid to any country that discriminates or criminalizes sexual orientation.
CBS News has banned reporters and other staff from using the word “transgender” in the network’s coverage of the deadly shooting at a Christian school in Nashville, according to a report.
Days after a trans-identified shooter killed six people — including three children — at a Christian elementary school in Nashville, the Biden administration reiterated its support for the "transgender community."