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.
IMPACTING MORE LIVES THAN EVER
We would love to share how God is impacting more lives than ever through SAT-7’s work at our NETWORK 2019 conference, which is now open for registration. Join us from 27–29 March.
SAT-7 LEADS PRAYERS FOR PILGRIMAGE SHOOTING VICTIMS
As Egypt’s Christians mourn a deadly gun attack on Coptic pilgrims, SAT-7’s Arabic channels have been leading believers across the Middle East in prayer. Several shows lifted up grieving families, injured survivors, and vulnerable Egyptian Christians, allowing viewers to pour out their pain and grief to God.
REFUGEE CENTRE REVEALS INCREDIBLE RESULTS
The Cultural Heritage and Interactive Learning Development (CHILD) Centre in Lebanon was launched as an alternative learning facility for Syrian refugee children. One of the aims of the centre was to help measure the impact SAT-7’s educational programming had on children who were watching. As the project came to a close, the results showed that the children had made significant progress in many areas.
KEEP ON SINGING BRINGS WORSHIP HOME TO JORDAN
When worship program Keep on Singing broadcast a special episode from Jordan, God used it in a very powerful way. “You have made history for Jordan,” one musician said – and SAT-7 ARABIC viewers agreed.
SAT-7 ACADEMY CHANGES TO WIDEN VIEWERSHIP
A strategic change of direction is being implemented for SAT-7’s educational channel, SAT-7 ACADEMY. The steps are being taken mainly in response to a viewer survery carried out during the channel’s first year of being on-air.
GAGAUZ DOCUMENTARY PUTS CHRISTIANS ON MAP
A SAT-7 TÜRK team are currently in Moldova filming a brand-new documentary. Producer Bora Taştan shares how the feature is aiming to change the perception that Christianity is a foreign faith.