Articles tagged: SAT-7 ARABIC
SAT-7 VIEWERS SHARE ANSWERED PRAYERS
In the Middle East and North Africa, where people are often discouraged from sharing their personal troubles, brave viewers are speaking up on SAT-7 ARABIC programs. By sharing their struggles, as well as their victories and answers to prayer, they are encouraging an audience of millions to open up and receive healing in their lives.
QARAQOSH: THE HOPE THAT ISIS COULD NOT KILL
The world watched in horror in 2014 as ISIS rampaged through Iraq, driving hundreds of thousands of Christians from their historic homelands. Five years on, a SAT-7 documentary visits the liberated city of Qaraqosh, where believers are rebuilding – unbroken, and filled with hope.
BREAKING GROUND ON GENDER EQUALITY
Two special episodes of Needle and New Thread are breaking ground on the topic of gender equality in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), with on the ground reports, comments from viewers and special guests shining a light on the subject with a Christian perspective.
Prayers and Songs for Sudan
A live episode of SAT-7 worship program Keep on Singing became a focus for intercession for a country that is reeling from turmoil and conflict.
ARABIC CHILDREN’S CHOIR SINGS OF GOD’S LOVE
A special episode titled “I’m loved” of the worship program Keep on Singing featured the Heart of Jesus children’s choir. The episode was well-received by viewers who sent comments to the show to commend the children and the program for the special message shared on God’s love and acceptance.
Interview With New SAT-7 CEO Shatters Stereotypes
In a gender-bias-breaking television moment, Rita El-Mounayer appeared on the SAT-7 ARABIC show Is it Important to be Christian?, representing the entire SAT-7 network as its CEO and sharing a powerful message of Christian unity and tolerance.
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GIRL WHO FORGAVE ISIS?
Iraqi schoolgirl Myriam, whose message of forgiveness for ISIS ‘captured millions of hearts’ when it went viral, urges Christians to pray and bring hope to refugee children. As World Refugee Day approaches on June 20, SAT-7 documentary Sequel of Hope broadcasts her family’s message of hope after returning to their hometown of Qaraqosh.
FIVE-YEAR-OLD TEACHES PARENTS TO ACCEPT OTHERS
For some adults, who have been conditioned to believe certain stereotypes, acceptance of others and their differences can be difficult. However, children who have yet to be exposed to such conditioning have a different perspective. Lucinda, a five-year-old guest on the program Keys to My Kid, shares her views.