Millions of men, women and children living in 25 countries across the Middle East and North Africa tune in to watch SAT-7 programmes. These are just a few of our viewers who gladly welcome us into their family home.
(N.B. Names and pictures of faces have been changed for security reasons)

“I really thank you for this wonderful channel, SAT-7 KIDS. May God reward you because all your programs are of great benefit and educate our children of all ages in a Christian way. Your ideas and teaching help me not only with my kids but also in my church ministry. Thank you so much.”

Educating in a Christian Way


“Greetings to you. Thank you very much for your nice and valuable program. After watching, we as a family blessed our home and forgave all those who have hurt us. We would like to invite God to come into our hearts and transform our lives. May God bless all of your crew.”

A female viewer, through the Telegram messaging app


“I’ve got some good news for you, news that will lift up high the name of Jesus. I’m really pleased to tell you that my son who suffered from cancer in his spine made it through his operation, and he is now healed. He is walking now. Praise to the Lord who has answered our prayers. I want you to announce this on air and tell everybody that whatever they ask from the Lord in prayer, they will receive it.”

A SAT-7 KIDS viewer


“SAT-7, you are like heaven on earth to us. May praises and joy comfort all who are watching your channel. I pray that you continue to rejoice in the Lord, praising and evangelising Christ’s Word to the whole world. I also pray for your safety; may the Lord pour down His heavenly blessings and fill you with the Holy Spirit.”

A man from Egypt


“It’s so wonderful, my beloved ones in the Lord, to see you proclaiming the Word of God. I feel proud, and this gives me courage and strength to do so the same. I pray that I will be able to proclaim God’s love. Sometimes finances are an obstacle, but I am really encouraged, and I hope I can be part of your family. God bless you.”

A man from Sudan, via Facebook