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.
Attendees at school board meeting recite Lord's Prayer after board president says it's 'not permitted'
A Virginia school board is being asked to clarify its policy on prayer after the board president would not allow a local resident to use her public comment time to pray for the school district.
At this point, it’s all too predictable: a middling but relatively successful female music artist goes all-in on satanic imagery and — like the temptation the devil put before Jesus — suddenly they’ve got the keys to the kingdom.
State education officials in Oklahoma are investigating the hiring of an elementary school principal earlier this summer who was known to previously face child pornography charges.
A fake Bible passage reportedly generated by ChatGPT about how Jesus accepts trans-identified individuals has generated responses from Christian scholars as some media outlets have touted the passage as an example of "much needed" tolerance.
A Southern California pastor is helping a self-described clown barber to become a pastor himself after documenting his conversion on social media.
A report from the LGBT-focused division of NBC News appeared to link “accepting Jesus” and criticism of pride propaganda to the murder of a California shopkeeper who was known as an LGBT ally.
'Defenders of the West' author: Crusades were a response to Muslims who launched ‘brutal holy wars’ against Christians
Raymond Ibrahim, an author and expert in Islamic history and doctrine, says the most misunderstood aspect of the Crusades is the notion that they were offensive wars of aggression.
Texas school board forcibly removes protester who slammed library book for 'homosexuality and satanism'
A self-described disabled veteran was forcibly removed from a North Texas school board meeting after he began reading from a book about “homosexuality and satanism” that was recently removed from the school district’s library.
Did Bank of America discriminate against a Tennessee ministry over its Christian views, or was it simply a business matter?
Was an ill-fated Bud Light marketing campaign featuring a transgender influencer actually aimed at children?