Articles tagged: Youth
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.
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.”
TACKLING VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS
SAT-7 ACADEMY often addresses hard-hitting issues that challenge cultural norms in Middle Eastern and North African societies. Violence in School tackles teachers using violence to discipline students as well as bullying and aggressive behaviour between pupils.
YOUNG ADULTS’ SHOW BREAKS NEGATIVE VIEWS OF CHRISTIANITY
Religious faith has a bad image among Iran’s young adults. Tight restrictions and harsh penalties give many a very negative impression of belief. It is widely understood that non-ethnic Christians are subject to societal and official pressure. This instils fear of rejection or isolation those who want to learn more about faith.
CELEBRATING ONE YEAR OF CHANGING GIRLS’ WORLDS
The SAT-7 PARS team recently celebrated the first anniversary of the weekly live show A Girl’s World. Many Persian speaking girls across the Middle East were also celebrating because they have finally found an engaging and relatable television show created especially for them.
LIVE FESTIVALS BROADCAST JOYFUL FAITH TO MILLIONS
A season of Christian conferences in Egypt has brought hope to millions. In a year that has seen ruthless attacks on Egypt’s Church, SAT-7 ARABIC streamed six major events live to viewers across the Arab World.
A SAFE PLACE FOR YOUNG IRANIANS TO ASK QUESTIONS
Why do bad things happen to good people? It’s just one of the controversial yet common questions young people struggle with. A new SAT-7 PARS program aims to address these challenging topics.