AMIR, A FATHER FIGHTING FOR HIS SON
Amir struggled to get his autistic son the help he needed. Schools were rejecting his son. And getting him to learn was difficult. Yet Amir knew that “God never makes anything bad.” Amir shares how faith and perseverance changed his son’s future.
MADELINA, A BELIEVER FROM SOUTH SUDAN
“I was rejected by my parents. They treated me cruelly…” Madelina describes her upbringing on the SAT-7 program New Eve.
“Jesus changed my life completely: I have a new heart”
*Shawky felt lost and angry as his family struggled financially. It eventually led to drinking and violence. Until a car accident brought him close to death.
TAKEN FOR GRANTED?
As SAT‑7 launches its ACADEMY channel, Martin Thomas, children’s author and SAT‑7’s UK Director for External Engagement, reflects on changing attitudes in global education.
Since its launch in March 2015, SAT‑7 KIDS’ My School has been addressing the educational needs of displaced and underprivileged children.
MY SCHOOL – EDUCATION FOR REFUGEES
Following the alarming advance of so called Islamic State (IS), the children and youth of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are facing a tremendous crisis.
WHY WERE THEY KILLED? ADDRESSING CHILDREN’S QUESTIONS AND FEARS
Terrible events, such as the recent Manchester Arena bombing and the Grenfell Tower inferno in West London, claimed the lives of young and old. How to help children come to terms with such incidents, how to comfort and reassure them is a question many parents will have had to answer.