Articles tagged: Family
FORGIVING, A STEP TO HEALING
The ringing of the phone breaks the silence of the SAT-7 TÜRK office, which is shut for the night. The answering machine picks up, and after the tone, a woman’s voice echoes through the silence.
Little girl’s favourite TV show changes family
Hovan* grew up in a strict religious environment in Iran, but he never believed in God. It was only when his daughter started watching a children’s show on SAT-7 PARS that Hovan became curious about Christianity.
EASTER PROGRAMMING ON HOLD
For many Persian-speaking believers in Iran, Tajikistan and Afghanistan, openly celebrating Easter is not an option. Doing so can expose them to persecution. Therefore, engaging with Christian programs on satellite television is invaluable at this time.
CELEBRATING NOROOZ AND NEW BEGINNINGS
Persian-speakers everywhere joyfully celebrate Norooz on 21 March, and Persian staff at SAT-7 PARS are joining in the celebrations.
SAT-7 BROADCASTS HEALTHY COMMUNICATION FOR FAMILIES
Through satellite television, viewers of SAT-7 can learn important relationship skills from the Art of Family Communication Conference held in Shorouk, Egypt. Millions of people who could not attend, or access similar resources, can now watch the pre-recorded episodes on their televisions or through online streaming and learn to build healthy family relationships.
REFUGEE MOTHERS FIND ETERNAL HOPE
After fleeing conflict in Syria, Maha and Samira now live with their husbands and children as refugees in Lebanon. Here they share some of their struggles as they bring their children up in uncertain times, and the hope they have finally found by experiencing God’s love.
SHARING FAITH OF BRAVE SYRIAN CHILDREN
Many young children in Syria have known nothing but war. Their entire lives have been marked by violence and loss. But the children SAT-7 KIDS met on a recent visit were anything but broken. Despite their sadness, many were also full of hope, joy, and faith in Jesus. It is that faith, some children said, that keeps them going.
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.