Articles tagged: kids
THE GIRL WHO FORGAVE ISIS
In December 2014, a SAT-7 KIDS crew visited Iraqi Kurdistan, where they planned to tell the stories of child refugees who had fled from ISIS. But in a camp in Erbil, something even more profound took place. Presenter Essam Nagy met a little girl who would change his life and inspire millions around the world.
HELPING KIDS NAVIGATE THE WORLD GOD’S WAY
Many children in the Middle East and North Africa are growing up without learning to show tolerance to those different from them. This gives them little chance to challenge extremism, or to become peacemakers in their divided, unequal region. But we can change this – and SAT-7 KIDS is making a program that will.
A CHRIST-CENTRED SUMMER SEASON AT SAT-7 KIDS
Summer is a great time to be a fly on the wall at SAT-7 KIDS. As children take a break from school, the channel’s team give their all to capture viewers’ attention – while also preparing for the coming year. In this exciting season, Channel Manager Andrea El-Mounayer took time out to share her plans.
A MOTHER’S PRAYER FOR IRAN’S YOUTH
Being a mother can be challenging in the best of circumstances. Katayun*, a believer in Christ, has deep concerns for her daughter and the young people of Iran.
INVESTING IN IRAN’S CHILDREN
SAT-7 PARS’ live shows for children aim to teach young Persian-speakers Biblical principles in a fun and engaging way. Their success is often evidenced by the messages sent in from children watching the programs in Iran.
TELLING STORIES TO TRANSFORM A GENERATION
In a region where their voices often go unheard, Stories in the Attic will help children understand their rights – in the light of God’s love for them. How will this new program empower Middle Eastern children? By sharing something every child loves to hear – stories.
Little girl’s favourite TV show changes family
Hovan* grew up in a strict religious environment in Iran, but he never believed in God. It was only when his daughter started watching a children’s show on SAT-7 PARS that Hovan became curious about Christianity.