Articles tagged: Rita El-Mounayer
After a year when many experienced unexpected loss and pain, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer reflects on how the Cross makes sense of our suffering and how the resurrection gives us hope that this is not the last word.
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY!
As the pandemic pushes vulnerable women in to darker places and further invisibility, SAT-7 CEO Ms Rita El-Mounayer, shares how women are on the frontlines across the region and how our programs are giving a place to voice both their struggles, share their contributions to change and continue to encourage women to find hope in Christ.
Rita’s Vlog – A special message for Lent
As we enter a second Lenten period in a pandemic, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer encourages us to focus on the God who will never leave us. She shares how this is a significant year for SAT-7’s ministry and how, as we also mark 10 years of conflict in Syria, she has recently been encouraged by the faith of one young, hope-filled Syrian boy.
SAT-7 CEO shares a Christmas message from the Maronite Church in Cyprus.
This Christmas, Rita El-Mounayer, SAT-7 CEO reflects on the importance of prayer in a challenging year and reminds us of what is needed across the Middle East and North Africa, that only our living Lord can bring.
Rita’s Vlog – Human Rights Day
On Human Rights Day (10 December), SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares in her latest vlog SAT-7’s calling to support marginalised groups in the Middle East and to create awareness of the human rights they are entitled to.
Rita’s Vlog – World Television Day
As the entire world has locked down and moved to consuming everything through their television screens, Rita El-Mounayer reflects on World Television Day 2020, a year where SAT-7 has never been busier as a lifeline for Christians across the Middle East and North Africa.
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.