We are SAT-7
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.
EQUIPPING THE NEXT GENERATION
WEEK OF PRAYER
5–12 November 2017
The future of the Middle East and North Africa will be defined by its next generation. Join with thousands of Christians across the globe from 5–12 November to pray for SAT-7’s work in equipping people’s lives.
WOULD YOU LIKE A JOB THAT IMPACTS THE NEXT GENERATION?
WE ARE RECRUITING!
Working in SAT-7 is not just a job – it is a ministry that is changing lives across the region. You have the chance to work with Christians from many different traditions while learning and developing your potential skills. Seize this unique opportunity as the next step in your career!
TRAIN UP A CHILD IN THE WAY HE SHOULD GO
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.
IRANIAN WAR VETERAN FINDS PEACE IN CHRIST
An Iranian war veteran who suffered post-traumatic stress for many years has told SAT-7 how he has had “more peace” since he came to know Christ.
‘GIRL’S WORLD’ - REACHING OUT TO YOUNG WOMEN
Throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), gender discrimination is rife. Women are considered to have lower status and value than men; there are limited education and employment opportunities for girls and women, and they are often subject to injustice and abuse.
“GOD IS WITH US AT EVERY MOMENT”
Shamiram, a Syrian refugee, shares with SAT-7 her testimony. Her family saw horrible things, underwent periods of poverty, and survived battles in Aleppo, Syria, yet, Shamiram kept her faith.
A TELEVISED EDUCATION WITH FAR-REACHING IMPACT
Since its launch in March 2015, SAT-7 KIDS’ My School program has been addressing the educational needs of displaced and underprivileged Arab children. Currently, 1.3 million children, parents, and teachers watch the show daily.