Articles tagged: children’s programming
BRINGING LIGHT TO YOUNG HEARTS AND MINDS
In the Middle East, a child who turns on the television may be exposed to violence, intolerance, or even radicalisation. In contrast, SAT-7’s children’s programs are a haven for young viewers. By teaching positive, Christ-centred values, these shows are helping ensure a better future for the region.
CHILDREN SHARE THEIR DREAMS WITH SAT-7 PARS
Recently, SAT-7 PARS’ children’s program, A Girl’s World, asked children to share their hopes and dreams in pictures. “I dream about a world with happiness for kids and their parents, a world without war, hunger, and without any fears for all children.”
“LITTLE SABAH, MY TEACHER AND MY HERO”
On a recent trip to Lebanon, Communications Officer Katerina Parpa visited a learning centre that uses SAT-7 ACADEMY’s educational programs to help refugee children thrive. Here she reflects on the experience and the heart-warming moments she shared with the Syrian and Iraqi children.
INVESTING IN THE NEXT GENERATION
Many viewers grow up with our children’s programs and say how their lives have been influenced by them. Moussa* in Morocco, for example, started watching after he began praying to God as a 12-year-old.
SAT-7 KIDS GIVES THANKS FOR TEN YEARS ON AIR
SAT-7’s children’s channel has just celebrated its ten-year anniversary. Sunday 10 December was commemorated with a special live schedule featuring viewers’ positive comments, live calls from long-serving staff and management, and a special message of thanks to Him who makes this all possible.
CONTINUING TO IMPACT YOUNG LIVES
As we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of SAT-7 KIDS, we look back at some of the remarkable stories of viewers’ joys and struggles, and how the channel has helped to shape and transform their lives.
SAT-7 KIDS CELEBRATIONS WITH INSPIRING CHILDREN
As SAT-7 KIDS gears up to celebrate 10 years on-air on 10 December, the channel’s young viewers have an exciting treat in store. A special schedule will air on the anniversary day, including a live show of the celebrations.