Articles tagged: Worship
ENCOURAGING IRANIANS THIS EASTER
This Easter, thousands across Iran will join Christians around the world in celebrating Jesus’ resurrection and celebrating the true hope it represents. However, these believers are not able to worship freely or openly, and SAT-7 PARS plays a crucial role in encouraging them.
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.
ISOLATED AFGHANS TURN TO SAT-7 FOR SUPPORT
“It was about a year ago that I grew in faith through watching the programs on SAT-7 PARS,” writes Toofan* from Afghanistan. “It was through Facebook that I first came across SAT-7. I then joined the message groups on WhatsApp and Telegram and came to understand Christianity.”
AFGHAN VIEWERS FIND A NEW PURPOSE FOR LIFE
Darab* and Afsoon*, from Afghanistan, were disillusioned with life and religion until they came across SAT-7 PARS’ Biblical teaching programs and gained a whole new perspective.
WORSHIPPING IN SILENCE
Open worship, free of fear, is something that Christians can often take for granted, but it is a freedom many Persian-speaking Christians in countries such as Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, cannot currently enjoy.
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.
MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE: FIRST PRAISE PROGRAM FOR TURKS
For believers in Turkey who are young in their faith, it is challenging to find worship songs that have not been translated – worship songs written in their mother tongue with which people can better connect.
A YOUNG VOICE OF HOPE IN IRAQ
In a part of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) where most Christians have immigrated or fled for safety, a little voice of faith is growing. Ten-year-old Rita, the youngest choir member of Mar Boulos Church in Baghdad, Iraq, stands out with her exceptional vocal skills.