Articles tagged: Christianity
World Television Day – responding to a year of crises
On World Television Day (21 November), SAT-7 looks back on a year of crises in the Middle East and North Africa, and how we have responded to viewers in need of support.
HELPING TURKISH VIEWERS PUT FAITH INTO ACTION
In Türkiye, where high-quality teaching resources are lacking, SAT-7 TÜRK wants to show that following Jesus is not a theory; it is a way of life that requires full participation.
Worship song spreads hope across the Holy Land
Christians from the Holy Land are sharing a powerful worship song as a prayer for their war-ravaged homeland. It was shown on SAT-7 ARABIC program Today not Tomorrow as part of a special episode about the conflict in the Holy Land, and it is being played on local radio stations there – giving hope to listeners of different religions.
GREAT FAITH AMIDST BRUTAL PERSECUTION IN IRAN
Iranian believer Bita Rezaei recently shared her remarkable story of ministry, persecution and imprisonment on SAT-7 PARS program New Identity. Her testimony of faith is challenging, inspiring, and heart-wrenching in equal measure. It will show you the depths of darkness and the heights of glory experienced by Jesus’ followers in the Middle East.
Churches impacted by Holy Land conflict
Footage received by SAT-7 captures a heart-stopping moment when a blast outside a church sends shockwaves of fear through the families gathered inside. It shows how quiet prayers turn to gasps of alarm as the impact of the explosion is felt and heard.
Missing But Alive: Following a persecuted Saviour
By Aysha, a writer and film-maker from the Middle East, who was forced to leave her home country after she came to faith in Christ. She now lives in the UK, where she works with SAT-7 and other Christian networks on various communications projects.
“Struck down but not destroyed”: the faithful Christians of the Middle East
In this video to mark the 2023 International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP), SAT-7’s Founder-President Dr Terence Ascott shares his reflections on how Christians in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are sharing the love of Christ in the face of hostility.
IRANIAN WOMEN – SERVING GOD FROM HOUSE CHURCH TO PRISON
When 13 Iranian Christians were recently arrested in three different cities in Iran, at least four women were among them. As Iranian women play a vital ministry role even under threat of arrest, Mojdeh*, who spent 40 days in prison in Iran, encourages SAT-7 PARS viewers with how God’s “utterly tangible presence” sustained her there.