We are SAT-7
We support the Christians of the Middle East and North Africa in their Christian witness and lives. We beam the Good News of the Kingdom of God straight into people’s homes, into the centre of family life. We deliver Christian satellite television for the Middle East and North Africa.
We make God’s love visible.
SAT-7 TÜRK CASTS A SPOTLIGHT ON ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION
Addressing the appalling practice of modern slavery, SAT-7 TÜRK program World View challenges Christians and churches to act, while also raising awareness of labour rights abuses and the increasing pressure on the lives of working people as Turkey’s economy deteriorates.
BRINGING THE BIBLE CLOSER TO CHILDREN’S HEARTS
A new season of SAT-7 KIDS’ program Bedtime Stories is in the works with stories written by beloved My School teacher Grace Al Najjar. Grace shares how she hopes to bring the parables of Jesus closer to viewers’ hearts, to comfort children in these difficult times, grow their knowledge of Scripture, and develop their characters.
SUPPORTING FAMILIES THROUGH A TOUGH START TO SCHOOL YEAR
As schools reopen in different formats amid rising COVID-19 cases in many countries, Middle East families are dealing with a difficult start to the school year. In a region where many already faced barriers to attending school, SAT-7 ACADEMY is a line of support, helping bridge gaps in primary education and between parents, children, and teachers.
Rita's Vlog - World Food Day
As the World Food Program warns a further 6.7million across the MENA could face hunger due to the ongoing pandemic, Rita El-Mounayer encourages us all to reflect and pray for the region and the world on World Food Day.
CELEBRATING THE RESILIENCE OF WOMEN AND GIRLS
As Increasing numbers of people across the region face hunger and invisible, marginalised groups are living under harsher conditions due to the pandemic, this week’s four important United Nations Days offer the opportunity to highlight vital issues across the MENA, celebrate and pray for the invisible heroines of the region and witness how God is already working in their lives.
HOPE IN LIFE FOR RURAL ALGERIAN WOMEN “BORN TO DIE”
In this moving blog for the International Day of Rural Women (15 Oct), SAT-7’s Algerian Producer Samia Kessai shares how the challenges of life in North African villages leave women saying, “We were born to die.” Through her programs, Kessai wants to show that God says these women deserve life – and life in abundance.
Uncle Mounir's colouring book
Beloved Presenter and Artist Mounir Zachary’s legacy to SAT-7 – a collection of Middle Eastern inspired sketches that are now being offered in a children’s colouring book, accompanied with encouraging Bible verses.