Articles tagged: SAT-7 ARABIC
FREED FROM HATE TO WITNESS AND LOVE HIS ENEMY
By the power of God’s love, Abdel-Nour was delivered from the dark valley of hatred to the mountain of faith, light, and love. On the SAT-7 ARABIC program Free Souls, which is produced in Algeria, he shares his testimony of how meeting Jesus Christ let him taste freedom and experience salvation.
VIEWERS’ LIVES CHANGE THROUGH BRAVE TESTIMONIES ON SAT-7
“You made me dance like David” says a viewer of the new program Spiritual Evening, which attracts large audiences with testimonies and worship music. Presented by two well-known Lebanese figures with their own amazing stories of transformation, the show offers Christ’s hope in a country facing economic crisis.
“MUCH WORK TO BE DONE” FOR WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN THE MENA
While some news headlines show hope and progress, others reveal there is still a long road ahead in the fight for gender equality and opportunities for women in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). As part of the efforts towards change, SAT-7 continues to beam messages for educating viewers, advocating for the marginalised, and encouraging new perspectives.
LEBANON CRIES FOR PRAYER AS FAMILIES GO HUNGRY
With Lebanon’s economy and currency in freefall, families who have lost everything are bartering all they own to try to feed their children. On the SAT-7 ARABIC program You Are Not Alone, images of empty fridges and the story of a desperate, yet dignified father build to one cry: please unite in prayer for Lebanon.
BREAKTHROUGH AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR
With war coming ever closer to their home in Syria, Rev. Wael Haddad and his wife, Maram Nafe Tahhan, turned to God for guidance and began seeking to migrate to Dubai. But every door they tried slammed shut – until God intervened at the eleventh hour. The couple tell their story on a special Gulf edition of Keep on Singing on SAT-7 ARABIC.
Heart-Winning Drama Tackles Prejudice, Promotes Rights
A new SAT-7 ARABIC drama will promote women’s and minority rights among millions of viewers in the Middle East. By allowing them to identify with those who are different, Backstage will encourage the tolerance that is greatly needed as new, coronavirus-related human rights abuses hit the region’s most marginalised people.
BEING A PEOPLE OF HOPE DURING TIMES OF CRISIS
In two powerful interviews, Coptic Orthodox Archbishop and Maronite Catholic Cardinal discuss the critical role Christians have in crisis-hit societies, and address questions of millions of MENA viewers about God, the pandemic and political instability.