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.
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?
The state of Texas is reportedly cutting ties with the American Library Association after the group elected a self-described "Marxist lesbian" as president.
A now-viral tweet from an Ohio pro-life activist which stated, “There’s no hope for any of us outside of having faith in Jesus Christ alone” was met with criticism and accusations of bigotry from two state lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle.
Is it an answer to our prayers or an idolatrous representation of the Son of God?
A Virginia singer-songwriter who became an overnight sensation for his country anthem “Rich Men North of Richmond” read a passage from the Bible about the fate of the wicked in his first performance since his video went viral.
Necromancy, or making contact with the dead, is at the heart of “Haunted Mansion”.
Witnesses say trans activists and allies spat and shouted at attendees at a North Texas ceremonial signing of a new state law that prohibits biological males from competing against women in collegiate athletics.
Street preacher arrested at pride event says Christians 'ought to say something' about drag events for kids
Marcus Schroeder doesn’t talk like your typical 19-year-old male — and certainly not like someone who’s been arrested for standing up for their Christian faith.
Graphic novel that claims the Bible is corrupted, 'watered down' found in North Texas school libraries
Just days after over the discovery of sexually explicit books available to students in Texas schools, another book which depicts masturbation, pedophilia and anti-Christian ideology has been found in at least two school districts.