Articles tagged: Lebanon
FAMILIES FROM SIX COUNTRIES SHARE CHRISTMAS JOY ON SAT-7
After an extraordinary year of hardship and isolation, SAT-7 ARABIC’s Christmas special joins Christians across the Middle East and North Africa together in joy and service to others. Families from Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria will participate from their homes, in a celebration in aid of struggling and homeless families in Lebanon.
Experiencing Jesus’ love while battling COVID-19
“I strongly felt the presence of Jesus with me during my long days in self-isolation, after I fell ill with COVID-19. I felt His care for me as if I were sleeping in His arms,” Presenter Karen Khoury recently shared her story on SAT-7 KIDS, to encourage viewers and counter a message many encounter – that contracting the virus is cause of shame.
HOW MANY CHILDREN WILL “BACK TO SCHOOL” LEAVE BEHIND IN 2020?
As we approach the new school year, many parents in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are asking the same question: “Will my kids go back to school at all this year?” As families face this uncertainty along with severe economic challenges, SAT-7 ACADEMY is a trusted resource that ensures no child need be left behind.
“JESUS TURNS ASHES TO BEAUTY”: COMFORTING BEIRUT’S CHILDREN
As the shock of the Beirut explosion sinks in, SAT-7 KIDS provides a safe place for children to express their emotions. On Allo Marianne, children in Lebanon call in live while a children’s mental health coach guides them on how to cope and their peers from across the Middle East and North Africa lift them up in prayer.
CHRISTIANS PRAY, WORSHIP FROM ROOFTOP IN DEVASTATED BEIRUT
Two days after the explosion in Beirut, SAT-7 ARABIC shows believers sing and pray from a rooftop under the night sky, overlooking their devasted city. The special episode of From Heart to Heart sees presenters Marianne and Rawad Daou and guests share testimonies of survivors and help viewers lift their voices to God.
Beirut Explosion – a call for prayer
As Beirut is devastated by a massive explosion, Rita El-Mounayer SAT-7 CEO, reflects on the tragedy; she shares the immediate response from SAT-7 and calls for continued prayer for the people affected in her homeland.
SAT-7 RESPONDS TO EXPLOSION WITH LIVE PROGRAM FROM BEIRUT
Twenty-four hours after the deadly blast that devastated Beirut, SAT-ARABIC broadcast a live program to stand with their city in its pain, questioning, and search for hope. From the SAT-7 Lebanon studio, three church leaders offer spiritual support to help people battered by multiple waves of adversity to take heart and carry on.