Articles tagged: Bible
SAT-7 ARABIC CELEBRATES 23 YEARS OF BROADCASTING
For 23 years SAT-7 ARABIC has been taking viewers on a journey. A journey of growth, transformation, and most importantly a relationship with Jesus Christ. George Makeen, SAT-7 Arabic Channels Programming Director, reflects on the past 23 years and shares his hopes for the future.
Words For Life
From a rebellious teenager to a follower and teacher of God’s Word, Pastor Adel Malek helps empower viewers to face everyday challenges through the program Words for Life. He shares how his personal transformation has helped him to grow in faith, and encourages viewers to seek the truth in the Bible.
The Magi: Kings, Priests, or Enemy agents?
Omeed Jouyandé explains why Herod and “all Jerusalem” had good reason to be alarmed by the arrival of a group of Magi from Parthia. But their mission was not as Herod feared – and their faith and identity remains an inspiration for Iranian Christians today.
RESURRECTING HOPE FOR COPTIC CHRISTIANS
Guest writer Archbishop Angaelos is the first Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in London. He has been an advocate of SAT-7’s work for several years and is a patron of SAT-7 UK. This Easter, Archbishop Angaelos reflects on how Jesus’ resurrection can bring hope to those going through suffering
A SAFE PLACE FOR YOUNG IRANIANS TO ASK QUESTIONS
Why do bad things happen to good people? It’s just one of the controversial yet common questions young people struggle with. A new SAT-7 PARS program aims to address these challenging topics.
BRINGING BIBLICAL TRUTH TO THE NEXT GENERATION IN IRAN
Bibles, Christian teaching material, and a local church community are often unavailable for many in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), including children. A new SAT-7 PARS program is now providing Persian children with a much needed, consistent, and engaging source of biblical truth.
In a part of the world where illiteracy rates reach 72 percent in some countries, learning about Jesus and the Bible through audio and television is extremely effective. Coptic Icons explores how, long before television and radio were invented, Christians communicated the stories of the Bible through images and icons.