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.
What happens when another overtly Christian movie starring Jim Caviezel once again dominates the box office?
Was a reported grasshopper invasion in Utah not nearly as biblical as it first sounded?
A key advisor for the United Nations suggested in a recent report that "discriminatory positions of prejudice" are not protected by religious freedom rights, a report one advocacy group said could have "exceptionally radical" implications for Bible-believing Christians.
A Baptist church in Texas is apologizing for comments about slavery made by a relative of the scandal-plagued Duggar family during a guest sermon in which he quoted a Bible verse about repentance.
Two managers and two other staffers of a local NBC affiliate in Michigan have been fired after a memo which warned about “polarizing” some viewers over the station’s coverage of LGBT pride events.
An Israeli journalist who disguised himself as a priest was mocked and spat upon in the Old City of Jerusalem in the latest incident of Jewish public animosity against Christians in Jerusalem.
Are legacy media outlets breaking basic rules of grammar and journalism in pursuit of a more transgender-friendly editorial approach?
A California man who performs under a blasphemous stage name while wearing women’s clothing and makeup says he is disappointed after “Christians at Google” accused the search giant of religious discrimination over a scheduled company pride event.
The Dallas Mass Revival wasn’t the first time I’d stepped foot into a nontraditional church meeting, but it was easily the hottest.
Female Lutheran pastor leads church in 'sparkle creed' prayer to 'nonbinary' God, says Christ Jesus had '2 dads'
A female Lutheran pastor in Minnesota has gone viral for leading her congregation in a “sparkle creed” prayer in honor of pride month in which she described God as “nonbinary” and Christ Jesus as having “two dads.”