Articles tagged: SAT-7 PARS
BRINGING HOPE TO THE NEXT GENERATION
Parastoo Poortaheri, from Iran, is the Presenter of SAT-7 PARS’ weekly children’s program A Girl’s World. Here, she shares how she wants to use this platform to bring hope to the next generation of Persian girls.
WOMEN FINDING HOPE IN DESPAIR
Being a woman in the Middle East can be challenging at the best of times. But what if you are a woman struggling with financial insecurity and raising children on your own? Nasrin, a SAT-7 PARS viewer from Iran, was one among the millions of women searching for hope in the midst of loneliness and despair.
SENDING A SIGNAL TO ISOLATED BELIEVERS
A new weekly live show on SAT-7 PARS shares powerful viewer testimonies. Through these real-life stories of transformation, Signal seeks to engage its audience on a deeper level and encourage isolated Persian believers.
AN IRANIAN TAXI RIDE TO SALVATION
A woman struggling with her husband’s addiction is a common story in today’s Iran. The solution is hard to find, but all it took for Sahar and Peyman was a shared taxi ride and a faithful Christian sharing the Good News with those around her.
PASTOR DISCIPLES TAJIK BELIEVERS IN OWN DIALECT
Rustam endured a life of poverty, tragedy, and crime before a Damascus-style conversion brought him to Christ. Now a Pastor who has served in both Tajikistan and Afghanistan, he recently recorded SAT-7 PARS’ first discipleship series for Tajik viewers.
“WE’RE GOING TO SAVE A LOT OF BROKEN HEARTS!”
A new SAT-7 PARS show hopes to bring positive change to the next generation of Persian-speakers. Raising Children in a Godly Way provides parents with unique advice and openly discusses the sensitive and ‘taboo’ topic of child abuse.
IRANIAN VIEWER RESCUED FROM ADDICTION
Disillusioned with religion, Hamid* sought escape from his painful circumstances in drugs and alcohol. His life was miraculously turned around when he watched SAT-7 PARS’ program Principles of Faith and heard about a God who loves him.
A GOOD BARBEQUE NEEDS A GOOD MARINADE
Have you ever marinated chicken, as Persians do, in saffron, garlic, lime and olive oil? After two hours, it’s beginning to tenderise and take on the aroma and flavours of the marinade. Well, it’s much the same with us. Think of yourself as the chicken and your culture as the marinade…