Articles tagged: SAT-7 PARS
TALKING YOUTH ISSUES OVER COFFEE
Socialising over hot beverages has been an integral part of Middle Eastern culture for centuries, since long before cafés first gained popularity in the Western world. SAT-7 is now showing two new youth programs that follow this tradition.
“FAMILY BREAKDOWN ISN’T JUST WHEN SOMEONE LEAVES HOME”
Imagine living in a home dominated by conflict, where beatings are common and there is fear when the door opens and a family member approaches. Many in the Persian-speaking world struggle with broken relationships in their families and within society at large.
CONNECTING PERSIAN SPEAKERS WITH THE TRUE MEANING OF EASTER
Many people in the Middle East may have little or no understanding of what Christians celebrate during Easter, or how it is relevant to our lives today. As a response, SAT-7 PARS has produced a new teaching series to connect its audience with the true meaning of Easter.
SAT-7 PARS’ AUDIENCE DOUBLES IN LESS THAN A YEAR
In May 2017, SAT-7 PARS significantly expanded its audience reach by launching on the Yahsat satellite. New Audience Relations data shows that the number of viewers contacting SAT-7 PARS has almost doubled.
SAT-7 CELEBRATES NOROOZ WITH PERSIANS WORLDWIDE
Today millions of Persians around the world will celebrate Norooz, the Persian New Year and the first day of spring. SAT-7 PARS is celebrating with a special Norooz program aimed at connecting with Persians around the world.
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.”
FROM A LIFE OF ADDICTION TO FREEDOM
SAT-7 PARS Presenter, Miltan Danil, was a drug addict and gang member in Iran for ten years before a miraculous encounter with God radically changed his life. Now, his story is bringing hope to thousands in Iran and beyond.
FINDING PEACE AMID GRIEF AND FEAR
When Pedram* found out the tragic news that his sister in Iran had been shot and killed by an armed robber, he found himself depressed and living in constant fear. “My sister was only twenty-seven years old when a burglar shot her in a jewellery shop. I wept and grieved by her grave for forty days.”