Articles tagged: Testimony
BEREAVED MOTHER SHARES STORY OF CHRIST’S COMFORT
An Egyptian mother was plunged into despair by her son’s sudden death. But in her darkest moments, Jesus comforted her in the most powerful way. Sharing her story with SAT-7 ARABIC viewers, the woman revealed how God turned her sorrow and struggle to joy and fulfilment.
FIRST ON SCENE AFTER ISIS LEAVES RAQQA, SYRIA
SAT-7 and associate ministry Light for All Nations (LFAN) Ministries teamed up recently to record the first on-the-ground footage in Raqqa, Syria after ISIS militants left. The two networks co-produced the documentary, Al Raqqa: between Yesterday and Today, presenting a message of peace.
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.”
“I FOLLOW CHRIST WITH ALL MY HEART”
For some in Iran, following Christ means persecution or death. Yet, for Masood*, following Christ is well worth the risk. Masood previously felt that life had little substance to offer, saying that he lived in a “purposeless, fake world.” That is, until he found a Bible and SAT-7.
SAT-7 VIEWERS CHEER ON BELIEVER WHO OVERCAME ADDICTION
When Mina Henein bravely shared his story of recovery from addiction with SAT-7 ARABIC viewers, he received a surprise outpouring of love and support. Live calls flooded in from old friends, a family member, and even his boss – all expressing their admiration and respect.
SIX YOUNG MEN FIND JESUS THROUGH SAT-7 PARS
Young Ramin* contacted us eager to know more about Jesus after watching SAT-7 PARS. Excited that he had discovered God’s love, Ramin asked us to contact some of his friends. In just a few weeks, he and five of his friends decided to follow Jesus.
EXPOSING THE REALITY OF IRAN’S DRUG ABUSE CRISIS
A hard-hitting new SAT-7 PARS documentary reveals the true human cost of Iran’s escalating drug addiction problem. “I used to live, and lived to use,” said Davoud, who bravely shared his testimony on Crystal Death.