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 threats of violence over the district’s parental notification policy, which the board passed in late July, has sparked an active police investigation that has led to at least one arrest.
A female pastor who is also a Planned Parenthood advisor delivered a sermon in which she said she felt “God’s presence” when she orted two pregnancies and blasted Evangelicals for their “toxic theology” on the subject.
Did Wisconsin police ignore state law when they arrested a Christian preacher at a public drag event?
Did Wisconsin police working a drag event ignore state law and instead choose to target a Christian street preacher for his beliefs?
'Everybody is created equal under God and the law': Christian HR rep sues food service giant over 'equity' initiative
A former employee of one of the biggest food service companies in the world says her opposition to a company “diversity” initiative on religious grounds ended in her losing her job.
For the first time ever, a man who performs in makeup and women’s clothing has hit No. 1 on the Christian music charts — a feat in part due to criticism from worship artist Sean Feucht.
When it comes to defending the faith to the world’s biggest podcast audience, sometimes philosophy can be just as powerful as theology.
A Roman Catholic abbott is lamenting the confrontational end to his tour of Jerusalem after he was ordered to remove his necklace with a cross pendant hanging from it during a visit to the Western Wall.
Christian movie site warns 'Barbie' pushes trans ideology; Tennessee pastor declares 'curse' over movie
Parents considering whether to take their family to see the new “Barbie” movie should be prepared to have some awkward conversations. That’s the warning from Christian preachers and movie critics alike.
A recently opened Christian ministry coffee shop in Colorado has been the subject of protests and vandalism due to the parent organization's biblical stance on sexual sin.
The founder of the organization that inspired the box-office hit "Sound of Freedom" says the media backlash to the film may be a sign of "spiritual warfare."