Articles tagged: Family
FINDING TRUTH ON THE BIG SCREEN
As an alternative to the Hollywood film industry, SAT-7 recently began screening a series that introduces viewers to some of the best Arab-language films that offer valuable and truthful insights into human experience.
HELPING VIEWERS FIND LASTING LOVE
As divorce rates skyrocket in the Middle East, the new program From Heart to Heart is encouraging couples to open up about their struggles. To help viewers build strong relationships, the show’s married presenters share their own issues and bring a biblical perspective.
TACKLING VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS
SAT-7 ACADEMY often addresses hard-hitting issues that challenge cultural norms in Middle Eastern and North African societies. Violence in School tackles teachers using violence to discipline students as well as bullying and aggressive behaviour between pupils.
‘OUR PEOPLE’ SPARKS VILLAGE EXCITEMENT
When a SAT-7 team invited villagers in Upper Egypt to take part in a teaching and worship program, the response was far more significant than they could have hoped. Our People, which is airing on SAT-7 ARABIC, was recorded with hundreds of audience members who arrived enthusiastic to be involved.
SAT-7 VIEWERS CHEER ON BELIEVER WHO OVERCAME ADDICTION
When Mina Henein bravely shared his story of recovery from addiction with SAT-7 ARABIC viewers, he received a surprise outpouring of love and support. Live calls flooded in from old friends, a family member, and even his boss – all expressing their admiration and respect.
CONTINUING TO IMPACT YOUNG LIVES
As we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of SAT-7 KIDS, we look back at some of the remarkable stories of viewers’ joys and struggles, and how the channel has helped to shape and transform their lives.
LONG-SERVING STAFF LOOK BACK WITH JOY
Ever since SAT-7 KIDS’ first broadcasts 10 years ago, the channel’s very existence has been a testament to God’s provision. Each team member recalls witnessing God move in remarkable ways, turning difficult situations around and blessing viewers’ lives.