Articles tagged: Middle East
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.
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.
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.
HELPING VIEWERS WEATHER THE ECONOMIC STORM
As living costs skyrocket and job markets flounder, countless Middle Easterners are struggling to make ends meet. But with the right guidance, many have the potential to support themselves with small businesses – and SAT-7 ARABIC is on hand to help make this possible.
SAT-7 APPOINTS NEW CEO
Christian broadcasting network SAT-7 appoints a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). As of 1 April 2019, Chief Channels Officer Rita El-Mounayer is taking over the CEO position from Founder, Dr Terence Ascott.
SAT-7 SHARES JOY AS CAIRO WORSHIPPERS FILL STREETS
In Cairo this New Year’s Eve, so many believers gathered to begin 2019 in an atmosphere of praise and prayer that the 4,000-capacity Kasr el Dobara Evangelical Church (KDEC) had to expand into the street.
WOMEN FINDING HOPE IN DESPAIR
Being a woman in the Middle East can be challenging at the best of times. But what if you are a woman struggling with financial insecurity and raising children on your own? Nasrin, a SAT-7 PARS viewer from Iran, was one among the millions of women searching for hope in the midst of loneliness and despair.
WOMEN INSPIRING WOMEN TO DREAM
“Every trip I heard this comment from passengers: ‘Had I known a woman was flying the plane I would never have come on board.’” Egyptian-born Heba Darwish describes her journey of overcoming the barriers in a male-dominated society and profession to achieve her dream of becoming an airline captain.