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 media for the Middle East and North Africa.
Annual Report 2022
SAT-7 exists to give the people of the Middle East and North Africa an opportunity to hear and respond to the Good News of Jesus Christ. And as the region faced multiple crises in 2022, by God’s grace our satellite and digital media broadcasts brought His light and hope into the midst of darkness and despair.
Women prisoners in Lebanon share stories of struggle and faith
“In life it’s said that behind every door there is new hope and a new opportunity to love, find joy, and live life with all its ups and downs. But what happens when the door opens into a prison cell? What becomes of life then? And who do you turn into?”
Practical Faith for Afghans living under pressure
Finland-based Afghan Christian leader Miragha Sediqi was a “truth seeker” for many years. He shares his own journey to Christ and explains why a series of programs he has recorded on the letter of James is an ideal tool to build the faith of Afghans living under the Taliban.
GIVEN A HEART FOR IRAN’S WOMEN – ROZITA’S TESTIMONY
SAT-7 PARS presenter Rozita Hovsepian comes from a Christian family that has long played a prominent part in the growth of the Iranian Church. She tells us about the family life that shaped her, about the loss of her uncle, and about her calling to share God’s Word with women in Iran through SAT-7 PARS program New Identity.
God’s work in Turkish young people’s lives through SAT-7 TÜRK
For SAT-7 TÜRK, engaging and supporting young Christians in their faith journey includes offering work opportunities that enable them to be role models for other young people. Here is the testimony of one of the channel’s newest employees, who is working in the Viewer Support team, helping and encouraging young viewers.
SUDAN CHRISTIANS TELL SAT-7 OF DESPERATE SITUATION IN KHARTOUM
Sudanese Christians living in areas of Khartoum have painted a desperate picture of life caught between warring armies, with one pastor saying the worsening situation means leaving might be his only option.
AFGHANISTAN: A MAJOR RESPONSE TO A MAJOR CRISIS
The crisis in Afghanistan is so widespread and has escalated so rapidly that it is scarcely believable. Economically, the country is on its knees, with an extra 15 million Afghans pushed into poverty since 2020. Socially, there is intense pressure on vulnerable groups. SAT-7, seeking to make God’s love visible in the region, has stepped up its programming for Afghans in recent months.