Articles tagged: culture
SAT-7 TÜRK NEWS UNIFIES CHURCHES IN TURKEY
SAT-7 TÜRK’s news service SAT-7 TÜRK HABER has established itself as a valuable source of news in Turkey. By providing reliable and objective news from across the country, the channel is helping unify and inform churches and Christians in Turkey.
Love Is… Giving Life
Derya* lives in Turkey and, like most of the Turkish population, she didn’t know a lot about Christianity. Her life changed completely when she came across SAT-7 TÜRK and started watching it regularly.
FOUR SECONDS BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH
Four seconds can mean the difference between life and death, according to SAT-7 TÜRK’s Self Defence. This new social impact program will educate women on how to defend themselves from abuse.
INSPIRING ISOLATED BELIEVERS
Every day, isolated Christians in Turkey face the questions of where they can go to gain spiritual input. SAT-7 TÜRK’s short devotional program Melody of my Heart seeks to be the source of daily support and encouragement needed by so many.
CYCLING OVER 500 KM TO TEACH THE BIBLE
SAT-7 TÜRK combines a passion for cycling and Bible teaching in the unique program One Bike Seven Churches, tackling the challenging book of Revelation within the ruins of the seven ancient churches.
SAT-7 TÜRK DISHES UP SOUL FOOD
Nothing brings people together like food. This is especially true in the Middle East and North Africa, where dishes have been passed down for generations. The kitchen is where people can come together, learn, and feel safe to share. SAT-7 TÜRK is inviting viewers from all backgrounds to the channel’s table to learn and share from one another.
A GOOD BARBEQUE NEEDS A GOOD MARINADE
Have you ever marinated chicken, as Persians do, in saffron, garlic, lime and olive oil? After two hours, it’s beginning to tenderise and take on the aroma and flavours of the marinade. Well, it’s much the same with us. Think of yourself as the chicken and your culture as the marinade…
SHARING GOD’S LOVE OVER CULTURAL CONVENTIONS
When Iranians meet, the time we spend greeting and exchanging polite pleasantries can seem extensive – especially to someone from a European culture. The process then repeats saying goodbye on the doorstep, where whole new conversations on brand new topics are enjoyed well into the night.