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We support the Christians of the Middle East and North Africa in their Christian witness and lives. We beam the Good News of the Kingdom of God straight into people’s homes, into the centre of family life. We deliver Christian satellite television for the Middle East and North Africa.
We make God’s love visible.
NEW PROGRAM SHOWS GOD AT WORK WORLDWIDE
An inspiring new SAT-7 ARABIC program will introduce viewers to vibrant, peace-making churches from around the world. Aiming to encourage struggling believers in the Middle East and North Africa, Churches and Countries has a special focus on Christians who have brought forgiveness and healing to troubled nations.
FIRST ON SCENE AFTER ISIS LEAVES RAQQA, SYRIA
SAT-7 and associate ministry Light for All Nations (LFAN) Ministries teamed up in December to film the first on-the-ground footage in Raqqa, Syria after ISIS militants left. The two networks co-produced the documentary, Al Raqqa: between Yesterday and Today, presenting a message of peace.
SINGER RECONNECTS VIEWERS TO FAITH
“With humility and love, with honest hearts, together we search – with the firm foundation that unites us in the spirit of Christ, for God’s glory and His united Church.” These beautiful words were part of a prayer introducing the new SAT-7 ARABIC program Revisions with Maher Fayez.
UNCOVERING MENA’S LOST CHRISTIAN HISTORY
A new SAT-7 ARABIC discussion show will reveal the important role Christians have played in building Arab societies and culture. With the input of guests from across the Middle East and North Africa, House of Wisdom will raise awareness of the region’s Christian past.
FINDING PEACE AMID GRIEF AND FEAR
When Pedram* found out the tragic news that his sister in Iran had been shot and killed by an armed robber, he found himself depressed and living in constant fear. “My sister was only twenty-seven years old when a burglar shot her in a jewellery shop. I wept and grieved by her grave for forty days.”
REACHING IRANIANS DESPITE COMMUNICATION BARRIERS
As widespread protests continue across Iran, a governmental block on social media platforms has limited SAT-7’s communication with viewers of the Persian-speaking channel SAT-7 PARS. Recent protests have seen thousands arrested and at least 20 killed.