Articles tagged: Algeria
POLICE CLOSE CHURCH IN ALGERIA
SAT-7 friends and producers in Algeria have asked for prayer after their church was closed by the local authorities. The church in Aïn Turk, near the north-western town of Oran, was sealed off late 2017 by police, who claim it lacks state approval.
PRAISE IS NOT ENOUGH – WE MUST STUDY GOD’S WORD
Christians of the Middle East immigrated in search of better education, job opportunities, equality, personal freedoms, and the fundamental right to safety. A shrinking Christian population in the Middle East and North Africa is endangered – or is it?
THE CRY FROM A FIRST-GENERATION CHURCH
Whilst the growth of the Church in Algeria is exciting and encouraging, it also brings challenges and needs. SAT-7 is responding to these by broadcasting a range of programs to encourage and disciple Algerian believers.
BREAK WITH THE PAST BRINGS PEACE TO KABYLE MAN
“We were stampeding like pigs not knowing where to go. We had no peace in the house.” This was family life for Amrouche after he first married and started a young family.
“Jesus changed my life completely: I have a new heart”
*Shawky felt lost and angry as his family struggled financially. It eventually led to drinking and violence. Until a car accident brought him close to death.
A VOICE FOR NORTH AFRICAN WOMEN
Presenter and producer Samia Jallali Kessai and her film crew recorded 26 episodes of a women’s program called You Are Precious. It is in Arabic with Kabyle subtitles. Hence it is accessible to different communities spread throughout Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania and Libya.