Articles tagged: SAT-7
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.
LIVING PROOF OF GOD’S FAITHFULNESS
New SAT-7 series Follow Me recently introduced viewers to Elia Maurice. He shared how he has witnessed God’s faithfulness through war, displacement, a kidnapping attempt, and a family tragedy that changed his life forever.
SWITCHING ON ‘WIFI’ OF YOUNG PERSIAN HEARTS
A new SAT-7 PARS show, Wifi, seeks to connect with young and disillusioned Persian-speakers who are searching beyond their immediate environment for meaning and authenticity. As Christians, we know that God is our loving Heavenly Father, but how can we communicate the heart of God to a people who see God as distant?
SAT-7 SPEAKS UP AGAINST BULLYING
Among the many issues children in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are facing, bullying is a problem that is often overlooked. Speak Up, SAT-7 ARABIC’s popular talk show, addresses the severity of bullying and the importance of parents tackling this issue correctly with their children.
TURKISH PASTOR’S 15-YEAR-OLD DREAM COMES TRUE
Many people have dreams of being on TV and becoming famous. Pastor Vahan doesn’t seek fame. His dream of being on TV has a different reason, and has come true through SAT-7 TÜRK.
SAT-7 PIONEERS NEW PERSIAN WORSHIP
As English speakers, we can take worship songs and community singing for granted. But in Persian-speaking countries these opportunities are rare. Now, SAT-7 PARS is helping to provide Persian-speaking believers with new worship music in their own language.
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.
The Magi: Kings, Priests, or Enemy agents?
Omeed Jouyandé explains why Herod and “all Jerusalem” had good reason to be alarmed by the arrival of a group of Magi from Parthia. But their mission was not as Herod feared – and their faith and identity remains an inspiration for Iranian Christians today.