Articles tagged: SAT-7 KIDS
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.
A MIRACLE OF HEALING ON FAMILY OF JESUS
Many children call SAT-7 KIDS show, Family of Jesus, to ask for prayer for healing. And sometimes, they call back – sharing amazing testimonies of hope and health. Rosaline, from Sohag, Egypt, is one of these children. In a special interview, she shared her story of a life-threatening illness, a phone call, and a miracle.
“WHEN I REMEMBER ESCAPING ISIS, ALL I SEE IS JESUS”
It is five years since ISIS seized the Iraqi city of Mosul, displacing hundreds of thousands of people. Many Christians were among those forced to flee. Some who escaped Iraq as children are now grown up – including Bella and Sareel, two extraordinary, faith-filled 18-year-old girls.
SHINING YOUNG ROLE MODELS SHARE GOD’S LOVE
Three young Presenters from SAT-7 KIDS are shaping the future of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). With their program A Riddle and a Story, they are helping children across the region lay down strong foundations of faith and positive values.
FAMILY OF JESUS TAKES LOVE AND JOY ON THE ROAD
The popular worship show Family of Jesus is transforming children’s lives with its message of love and inclusion. On a recent trip, the SAT-7 KIDS team brought life-giving worship to those who need it most – isolated children starved of love and peace.
“BECAUSE OF SAT-7 KIDS, OUR DAUGHTER LOVES JESUS!”
In more good news for the thriving SAT-7 KIDS channel, the number of viewers getting in touch grew by 32 percent in 2018. In their many thousands of comments, children and parents reveal how SAT-7 KIDS has helped them grow and flourish.
CHALLENGING THE STIGMA OF MENTAL HEALTH
Where their societies may offer them stigma and shame, the program City of Stars welcomes children with mental health issues with love. The SAT-7 KIDS program seeks to support this marginalised group by giving them a voice.