Articles tagged: church
NEW LEADERSHIP FOR EVANGELICAL CHURCHES IN TURKEY
The Association of Protestant Churches in Turkey (TEK) has chosen a new president and board of directors, reports SAT-7’s Turkish channel, SAT-7 TÜRK. Pastor Ali Kalkandelen of the Life Family Church in Istanbul was elected as the new president of TEK.
RESURRECTING HOPE FOR COPTIC CHRISTIANS
Guest writer Archbishop Angaelos is the first Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in London. He has been an advocate of SAT-7’s work for several years and is a patron of SAT-7 UK. This Easter, Archbishop Angaelos reflects on how Jesus’ resurrection can bring hope to those going through suffering
SAT-7 ARABIC BRINGS VIEWERS TOGETHER THIS EASTER
As Christians across the Middle East celebrate Easter, SAT-7 ARABIC will broadcast a wealth of special programs and church services. The team hope that viewers of all denominations reflect on the life-changing resurrection message in unity.
MY GOD, WHY HAVE YOU FORSAKEN ME?
This Easter, SAT-7 Founder and International CEO Dr Terence Ascott reflects on Jesus’ words on the cross – “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?” – and asks, what is God’s reply for the Middle East today?
MONKS INSPIRE VIEWERS TO SEEK GOD DURING LENT
As Christians around the world observe Lent, the SAT-7 ARABIC program Needle and New Thread visited a historic monastery in Egypt. In a special episode, the monks shed light on their way of life and shared with viewers the importance of quiet reflection.
HELPING ARAB MEN SOW SEEDS OF CHANGE
In Egypt, “effendi” is an old-fashioned Arabic term that can describe a husband who is “master” of the house and over his wife. With the new men’s talk show Effendi, SAT-7 is helping Middle Eastern men find an alternative, Christ-centred model for family life.
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.
CROSSING OVER LINES THAT DIVIDE CHRISTIANS
SAT-7 ARABIC is producing a ground-breaking new talk show that demonstrates the unity Christian believers can find within diversity. By bringing leaders from different denominations together to discuss the common ground they share, Cross Over will encourage viewers to accept and love one another despite their differences.