In a part of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) where most Christians have immigrated or fled for safety, a little voice of faith is growing. Ten-year-old Rita, the youngest choir member of Mar Boulos Church in Baghdad, Iraq, stands out with her exceptional vocal skills.
A woman struggling with her husband’s addiction is a common story in today’s Iran. The solution is hard to find, but all it took for Sahar and Peyman was a shared taxi ride and a faithful Christian sharing the Good News with those around her.
Fady and his wife Marian are so enthusiastic about the SAT-7 KIDS channel, they drove into Cairo from their home in Tanta, 100 km away, to tell us about it.
At a time of great hardship, they turned to Jesus – and since then, He has done miracles in their lives. Here Sedat and Gülay Torun share their remarkable story and their love for SAT-7 TÜRK.
An Egyptian mother was plunged into despair by her son’s sudden death. But in her darkest moments, Jesus comforted her in the most powerful way. Sharing her story with SAT-7 ARABIC viewers, the woman revealed how God turned her sorrow and struggle to joy and fulfilment.
After his father died, teenager Kivanҫ tried to bury his pain and questions in drinking, smoking and partying. In a video interview they tell their story for SAT-7 TÜRK series 180 Degrees with Christ.
“I’m writing you this letter to tell you the true story of how I met you for the first time. Eighteen years ago, when I was alone in that room, I was looking for God’s love and a better life.”
Miltan Danil was a drug addict and gang member in Iran for ten years before a miraculous encounter with God radically changed his life. Now, his story is bringing hope to thousands in Iran and beyond.
“I no longer feel the need to lie, gossip or use deception to further my ways. Something inside me keeps me from returning to my old way of doing things.”
“I thank the Lord for all the wonderful things He did in my life. In the beginning, I blamed Him for my situation and compared myself to other people. But with time and the practice that God put me through, I understood His will in my life.”
“The Lord protected us. I was afraid but I prayed all the time in the bus against these evil wars against us.”
My journey to faith in Jesus Christ and service in Morocco has involved many twists and turns, but my life began like that of any other Moroccan.
“We were stampeding like pigs not knowing where to go. We had no peace in the house.” This was family life for Amrouche after he first married and started a young family.
“I realised that we are all bearing the Cross in different ways, just like Jesus did.
It’s a humble reminder of the sacrifice He made for our salvation.”
“What do I have to fear?” she asks, “They are the ones that will be fearing after death if I don’t tell them about Jesus.”
As Aziz stood in a destroyed church, he was overcome by a vision of what the church must have looked like in happier times.
Then he started to reassess everything he had believed in and Jesus broke through.
"It was not easy to live all your life as one thing and then decide to become a Christian.”
I thought God would never hear my voice because I am nothing."
“I did not know what it was about, but through my steady follow-up of Assanabel, I began to understand little things of what she said.”
"We were all terrified, but I started praying and in a strange way felt totally at peace."
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