BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS – AIMING TO FREE WOMEN
Across the Middle East, negative attitudes deliberately or unconsciously restrict the opportunities given to women and their ability to experience the fulness of life God wants for them.
INSPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE WITH A MESSAGE OF HOPE AND HEALING
Bassant shared her story of hope and healing with viewers of As Sannabel News,a children’s news program presented by young people. Its name means “ears of wheat”– an affectionate Arabic term for children who, just like the crop, grow rapidly and represent the hopes of their families.
Start from Here- Jordanian women encourage peers
Currently in its fourth season, this innovative variety talk show from Jordan aims to wake women up to their potential. It raises awareness of how stereotypes hold women back in society and encourages them to change their situations.
GIVING A VOICE TO WOMEN’S HOPES AND FEARS
In a culture where voicing opinions, and expressing personal difficulties, is considered a sign of weakness, I Want to Talk offers women a platform to speak openly about their struggles, and be strengthened through a Christian perspective.
Is it Important to be Christian?
This thought-provoking new show is inspired by a fundamental question asked by many believers at some point in their lives. Is it Important to be Christian? invites questions from viewers and provides answers about the principles of the Christian faith.
SAT-7 ACADEMY launches to excitement all round
The launch of SAT-7’s new educational channel has been met with a warm welcome from experts and viewers alike. In celebration of the launch, 1 September, the channel was introduced by an inspiring 10-day live show featuring many distinguished guests.
YOUTH INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION
An exciting program for SAT-7 ACADEMY aims to inspire youth by creating awareness of various interesting events in the region, and encourages parents to take an active interest in their children’s future. iNews encourages outoung viewers to pursue their passions.
GIVING LESSONS TO LAST A LIFETIME
Parents in the Middle East and North Africa are carrying extra weight on their shoulders. They have dreams for giving their children better lives, but they also have fears. A father in Egypt asks worriedly, “What if my children are kidnapped on their way to school?”