SAT-7 CEO Rita Elmounayer shares the fears and hopes of the Lebanese people one year on from the Beirut blast. In commemoration of 4 August 2020, Rita urges that we pray against the mounting tensions and ask God to provide for the neediest in Lebanon.
For World Refugee Day 2021, SAT-7 CEO Rita El Mounayer shares her heart for the millions of refugees living across the Middle East and North Africa. Remembering the many displaced viewers SAT-7 has heard from, Rita encourages us all to pray.
SAT-7 are a Christian Satellite Television Network who have been broadcasting Christian Content into the Middle East and North Africa for the past 25 year. Cy interviews SAT-7 International CEO, Rita El-Mounayer on the importance of spreading the Gospel into these Countries.
After a year when many experienced unexpected loss and pain, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer reflects on how the Cross makes sense of our suffering and how the resurrection gives us hope that this is not the last word.
As we enter a second Lenten period in a pandemic, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer encourages us to focus on the God who will never leave us. She shares how this is a significant year for SAT-7’s ministry and how, as we also mark 10 years of conflict in Syria, she has recently been encouraged by the faith of one young, hope-filled Syrian boy.
As the pandemic pushes vulnerable women in to darker places and further invisibility, SAT-7 CEO Ms Rita El-Mounayer, shares how women are on the frontlines across the region and how our programs are giving a place to voice both their struggles, share their contributions to change and continue to encourage women to find hope in Christ.
As this December marks the 10th year since the so-called "Arab Spring" began, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer, shares a special Christmas message of hope for the region.
As Beirut is devastated by a massive explosion, Rita El-Mounayer SAT-7 CEO, reflects on the tragedy; she shares the immediate response from SAT-7 and calls for continued prayer for the people affected in her homeland.
SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares how the pandemic is reshaping life at the ministry and how church leaders and audiences across the MENA are inspiring hope
These are challenging days, but we have hope – and we are reminded of that hope during Easter. SAT-7 CEO shares her thoughts for Good Friday and Easter.
As Palm Sunday approaches and Christians across the world remain in isolation due to the pandemic, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares a message of encouragement, reminding us to pray for one another and allow our lives to be shaped by God through this experience.
“I want to encourage you all, as we follow health advice from our governments and international health institutions to also take the time to boost your spiritual health. Pray – remember where our hope and our strength are found. How God is faithful to us in dark days and that in everything we do and in everything that happens to us, we are not alone. He is with us.” – Rita El-Mounayer
Happy Love Day! Here’s a message of love from our CEO, Rita El-Mounayer: “We know that True Love heals, the love of God heals hearts and restores relationships. He wants everyone to know that He loves them absolutely”
"I pray that during this time, we will grow closer to God, know His love in a deeper way and show His love to those around us." -Isaiah 58:6, NIV
At the start of a new decade SAT-7 International CEO Rita El-Mounayer offers an inspirational message. SAT-7 is committed to bring change and peace in the troubled MENA region and "with God all things are possible".
SAT-7 CEO, Rita El-Mounayer shares words of encouragement from Algerian believers. Thirteen church buildings in Algeria have now been forced closed, but the living church continues to stand strong in Christ. “The closure of the churches has given us the opportunity to speak to more people about the church and life of Jesus”.
On International Day of Peace, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer invites you to join her in praying for the people of the MENA. Many lives have been devastated by conflict in the region, but we believe in a God who can bring peace in the midst of turmoil.
As many children around the world prepare to go back to school, millions of children in the Middle East and North Africa are out of education. Rita El-Mounayer shares how SAT-7 ACADEMY is helping to solve this problem.
Almost half of the Middle East and North Africa’s population is under 25 years old.
On International Youth Day, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares how SAT-7 is investing in these children and young people. Please join us in praying for this generation.
Rita El-Mounayer shares a special message to thank all SAT-7 friends and supporters around the world on International Friendship Day! We are making a difference in the Middle East and North Africa because of you.
The Middle East and North Africa is home to over 33 million refugees and internally displaced people. SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares her experience of visiting refugee camps in the region, and how SAT-7’s satellite television programs are making a positive difference by providing education and hope.
SAT-7 CEO, Rita El-Mounayer, shares how relying on the Holy Spirit enables us to do what God has called us to do.
SAT-7’s CEO Rita El-Mounayer started her career with SAT-7 as a Presenter onSAT-7 ARABIC when the channel first started. This month, Rita reflects on the past two decades, as SAT-7 ARABIC celebrates faithfully broadcasting God’s love into the Middle East and North Africa for 23 years!
As Christians around the world celebrate Easter, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares how SAT-7 programs are providing vital encouragement for believers across the MENA region at this time.
We are excited to present to you our Annual Report 2018. After 23 years of broadcasting to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), our work through satellite television continues to be essential to so many. We saw a fantastic response to our programming in 2018, with over 900 viewers contacting us every day through messages or calls! Viewers continued to be drawn to our high-quality programming, and audience engagement grew across multiple media platforms.