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.
LOVE IS SACRIFICE
Easter is an important time of the year as we reflect on Christ’s sacrifice and celebrate His resurrection. For many isolated believers, SAT-7 is the only way they can hear the Easter message and be uplifted with the hope that only Christ brings.
The people of the Middle East and North Africa need your prayers. Many face daily challenges of poverty, oppression, and persecution. The work of SAT-7 and its people also need your prayers, as we look to make the love of God visible to millions of people every day.
SAT-7 KIDS FEEDS YOUNG SOULS IN ALGERIA
Many Christian children in Algeria will not be in church this Easter – because they have no church to attend. But as their families face pressure, young believers need spiritual nourishment. Now, they can find it on A Verse and a Story, a SAT-7 KIDS show created in their own dialect and tailor-made to touch their hearts.
ENCOURAGING IRANIANS THIS EASTER
This Easter, thousands across Iran will join Christians around the world in celebrating Jesus’ resurrection and celebrating the true hope it represents. However, these believers are not able to worship freely or openly, and SAT-7 PARS plays a crucial role in encouraging them.
HOW DO CHRISTIANS IN EGYPT CELEBRATE EASTER?
Amid economic and social difficulties, Coptic Christians find their hope in the resurrection. Easter is the most important holiday for believers in Egypt, where festivities bring joy and spiritual anticipation to churches and homes.
Celebrating Easter with millions across the MENA
As Christians around the world celebrate Easter, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares how SAT-7 programs are providing vital encouragement for believers across the MENA region at this time.
ARABIC HYMNS IN TURKEY
This Easter, SAT-7 TÜRK is challenging the way people in Turkey, including Christians, think about the Orthodox Church and the Arabic language.
FROM LONELY TO PART OF GOD’S FAMILY
Leaving his home and a family who rejected him, Ashkan* relocated to Tehran, Iran’s capital city with a population of 8 million. Lost in a sea of people who were strangers to him, Ashkan became ill and lost the will to live, before he met the living God. He telephoned SAT-7 PARS to share his story.