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.
HEALING THE WOUNDS OF DIVISION
The conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are seldom out of the headlines. But the social issues that can contribute to violence – such as deep-seated division and lack of tolerance – often simmer below the surface.
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.
ENCOURAGING WOMEN TO PRESS FORWARD
In line with the theme for this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) 2018 was “Press for Progress,” SAT-7’s Needle and New Thread program shares stories of women who have persevered and reached their goals through the support and encouragement of their mentors, including men.
HELPING MENA WOMEN REACH THEIR POTENTIAL
On International Women’s Day (8 March), women’s rights and achievements take centre-stage. In the Middle East, where this focus on gender equality is urgently needed, SAT-7’s programs are helping women to transform their lives and societies.
HELPING ARAB MEN SOW SEEDS OF CHANGE
In Egypt, “effendi” is an old-fashioned Arabic term that can describe a husband who is “master” of the house and over his wife. With the new men’s talk show Effendi, SAT-7 is helping Middle Eastern men find an alternative, Christ-centred model for family life.
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.”
SAT-7 COVERS DEDICATION FOR LIBYAN MARTYRS
Exactly three years after the beheading of 21 Christians on a Libyan beach horrified the world, a new Coptic Orthodox church in the Egyptian village of Al-Aour has been dedicated to their memory. SAT-7 recorded the packed inauguration service at the new Church of the Martyrs of Faith and Homeland.