Articles tagged: Turkey
ENGAGING TURKISH YOUTH ON SOCIAL MEDIA
With half of the population in Turkey under 26 years old, the demands for internet accessibility is exponentially increasing. Between 2016 and 2017, households in Turkey with internet access rose to 80.7 percent.
TURKISH VIEWER ASKS FOR CHRISTIAN SUPPORT
A former inmate in Turkey got in touch with SAT-7 counsellors about his first encounter with the Gospel. Berk shares his amazing transformation, and how he and other believers in Turkey need encouragement.
NEW LEADERS FOR EVANGELICALS 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.
YOUNG IRANIAN VIEWER PRAYS AT SAT-7 CONFERENCE
10-year-old David journeyed across Turkey with his mother and younger siblings to the NETWORK 2018 conference to pray for the organisation. David and his family watch SAT-7 every day.
SAT-7 TÜRK SHORT FILM SHOWERED WITH PRAISE
The Way Back Home has won five awards at the Christian Film Festival (CFF) in Virginia, USA. Though produced in Turkish, and a film of complex metaphors, the short film has made an international impression.
CAREERS: MOTIVATING YOUTH TOWARDS SUCCESS
SAT-7 TÜRK’s brand-new Careers program inspires teenagers to aim for a bright future. At a challenging time for Turkey, the show is helping viewers to thrive, not only in their spiritual lives but also in the workplace.
MOTIVATING YOUTH TOWARDS SUCCESS
SAT-7 TÜRK’s Careers program inspires teenagers to aim for a bright future. At a challenging time for Turkey, the show is helping viewers to thrive, not only in their spiritual lives but also in the workplace.
A FEW MINUTES CHANGE LIVES
Over the course of the last five weeks, we have seen how your support has helped generate change throughout the Middle East and North Africa. It is a change in the lives of real Middle Eastern people, individuals like you and me, all because of our short, on-demand programs, sometimes called “shorts.”