As pandemic restrictions begin to ease in Turkey, the SAT-7 TÜRK team reflect on the past year; sharing how they overcame obstacles by working together and trusting in God’s faithfulness to continue to share God’s love with viewers in Turkey.
Lebanese teen Jancett Jarkas is one of many emerging young leaders finding confidence to move forward through an innovative game called TWILY Businesss that teaches business development, and which has been shared on the SAT-7 show Expert Advice.
To meet the growing need of viewers online, and to better cater to the individual needs of its various demographics, a new social media strategy is being rolled out for SAT-7’s Arabic-speaking viewers, and within the first month, it is already bearing good fruit with our young audience.
As World leaders meet to discuss climate change on the 51st Earth Day (22 April 2021) Iranian children share their wisdom and concern for God’s creation on SAT-7 PARS program Golpand.
In this moving blog for the International Day of Rural Women, SAT-7’s Algerian Producer Samia Kessai shares how the challenges of life in North African villages leave women saying, “We were born to die.” Through her programs, Kessai wants to show that God says these women deserve life – and life in abundance.
Twenty-four hours after the deadly blast that devastated Beirut, SAT-7 ARABIC broadcast a live program to stand with their city in its pain, questioning, and search for hope. From the SAT-7 Lebanon studio, three church leaders offer spiritual support to help people battered by multiple waves of adversity to take heart and carry on.
With Lebanon’s economy and currency in freefall, families who have lost everything are bartering all they own to try to feed their children. On the SAT-7 ARABIC program You Are Not Alone, images of empty fridges and the story of a desperate, yet dignified father build to one cry: please unite in prayer for Lebanon.
SAT-7 ACADEMY’s educational resources are being packaged and presented on YouTube for children currently out of school, primary care givers and education focused NGOs working on the ground that have had to suspend education activities due to the coronavirus lockdown.
As fears spread in the wake of new coronavirus cases, Family of Jesus comforts children in the Middle East with the peace of Christ. In the first episode of its new season, the SAT-7 KIDS worship program also highlights the sacrificial service of Chinese Christians, combats misinformation, and leads viewers in prayer for China.
A new program, Who Am I?, reaches out to Algerian women, helping them to draw encouragement, and enrich their relationship with Christ, through stories of women in the Bible. The latest episode featured a story of a woman who sinned and felt condemned, until she experienced God’s mercy and forgiveness.
As we celebrate World Education Day (24 Jan), SAT-7 ARABIC launches a new season of Follow Up, a first-of-its-kind program with education’s role in peace-building at its heart. "Education is the arms that will build a better world, and by supporting education programming, you are working for peace,” says Dr Nada Mouawad, Presenter of Follow Up.
Current tensions between the United States and Iran could further threaten the rights of religious minorities in the Middle East. New short videos on SAT-7 PARS’ Insiders program will support the Persian speaking Channel in its advocacy to inform viewers in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan of their rights to freedom of religion and belief.
This Christmas, SAT-7 KIDS brings light and hope to displaced Syrian children at a centre in Damascus, where staff use its programs both during advent and year-round. “We really see how God is working in the children,” says Sarah*, who works at the facility for displaced, orphaned, and vulnerable children in Damascus.
As today (20 November) is Universal Children’s Day and the 30th anniversary of the Convention of the Rights of the Child, Christian broadcaster SAT-7 KIDS is championing for children. In a region where childhoods are often cut short, year-round the channel raises awareness of children’s rights among its young viewers, their parents, and wider society in the MENA
When the church began helping Syrian refugees, its members found they needed healing themselves – and the Holy Spirit worked powerfully, turning their anger and pain to forgiveness.
Many children in the Middle East and North Africa are growing up without learning to show tolerance to those different from them. This gives them little chance to challenge extremism, or to become peacemakers in their divided, unequal region. But we can change this ...
SAT-7 TÜRK recently celebrated its fourth anniversary of broadcasting Turkish-speaking Christian programs. As the only Christian television channel on the Turkish government’s Türksat, it is a unique and valuable source of information about Christianity for millions.
In an effort to engage Persian-speaking children with stories about Jesus, the creative team at SAT-7 PARS are producing a new animated Bible series.
SAT-7 TÜRK HABER is highly regarded among the Christian community in Turkey, becoming a first point of contact relating to news about Christians.
“I have no doubt in my mind that in the Arabian peninsula there’s easily ten million Christians,” says Venerable Bill Schwartz, OBE, Anglican Archdeacon in the Gulf and Chaplain of Qatar.
The first modern commentary on the Bible by scholars from across the Arab churches is launched in Cairo. In a region where only a few contemporary Christian books are in Arabic and written by people living in an Arab context, it is also the fulfilment of a dream.
21 March 2019 - Today is Nowruz, Persian New Year, and SAT-7 CEO Designate, Rita Elmounayner, reflects on how this celebration can remind us all of the hope and new life we have in Christ.
When worship programme Keep on Singing broadcast a special episode from Jordan, God used it in a very powerful way. “You have made history for Jordan,” one musician said – and SAT-7 ARABIC viewers agreed.
Many young children in Syria have known nothing but war. Their entire lives have been marked by violence and loss. But the children SAT-7 KIDS met on a recent visit were anything but broken.