SAT-7 KIDS is the first and only Arabic Christian channel dedicated exclusively to children and young people.
Many children in the Middle East and North Africa grow up surrounded by conflict and uncertainty, and they desperately need to know that God loves them. SAT-7 KIDS, the first and only Arabic Christian channel for children, introduces them to the Gospel during their crucial early years.
Through its dramas, talk shows, cartoons, and worship programs, the channel provides a safe, positive space for its young viewers. Even parents from non-Christian backgrounds say that SAT-7 KIDS is the only channel they trust their children to. The channel is even helping displaced children continue their education by providing a daily on-air school.
By encouraging the next generation to take their place as positive members of society, SAT-7 KIDS is helping to strengthen the Church, prevent radicalisation and transform the Middle East.
- Broadcasts from Nilesat (E7WA) at 7 degrees West, 11.350 GHz Vertical
covering the Middle East and North Africa.
- Operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
- Audience includes Arabic-speaking children in the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe.
- Launched on 10 December 2007.
- Office/studios are located in Nicosia, Cyprus | Beirut, Lebanon | Cairo, Egypt.
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“May God bless your ministry, enlarge your tents and fulfil all your needs. We are praying for you. We serve in Sunday school in the Holy Land, and many kids follow and watch your programs here. We pray for Let’s Sing Together and for Marianne [the show’s presenter]. We pray in Jesus’ name for success, blessing and glory. Thank you for encouraging our little daughter; we pray in Jesus’ name that she will be a daughter of God as well.”
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