A perspective on life in the Middle East and North Africa, with stories of how we are supporting the Church and Christians in the region, written by the leadership of SAT-7.
ARE WE ASHAMED OF JESUS TODAY?
New Year marks a time of new beginnings – a time to reflect and restart. It’s an opportunity for Christians to challenge themselves; rededicating to making a difference in the world. George Makeen examines the Gospel of Mark and what it means to live unashamed of Jesus.
“LITTLE SABAH, MY TEACHER AND MY HERO”
On a recent trip to Lebanon, Communications Officer Katerina Parpa visited a learning centre that uses SAT-7 ACADEMY’s educational programs to help refugee children thrive. Here she reflects on the experience and the heart-warming moments she shared with the Syrian and Iraqi children.
SAT-7 IS CHANGING PERCEPTIONS ABOUT WOMEN
SAT-7’s Communications Director, Mette Swartz, reflects on women’s rights and equality in the Middle East and North Africa. She cites a recent UN Women survey and discusses the role SAT-7 plays in creating a shift in the region.
A NEW REALITY FOR CHRISTIANS IN EGYPT
A lack of parking spots used to be one of the only concerns on the busy crowded streets of Cairo. Mary, our reporter/blogger from Egypt, shares a new and very different perspective.
RESPONDING TO VIOLENCE WITH THE PEACE OF CHRIST
As the Christian community in the Middle East is increasingly under threat, the question of how believers should respond to violence becomes more and more a topic of conversation.
INVESTING IN WOMEN
Women across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) face many difficulties and restrictions. SAT-7 wants to inspire and equip women of all ages.
EMMANUEL, THE UNWANTED SIGN
As Christmas approaches, one cannot help but look around our region, and indeed the whole world, and wonder where the season’s peace and joy can be found.