Articles tagged: teaching
SWITCHING ON ‘WIFI’ OF YOUNG PERSIAN HEARTS
A new SAT-7 PARS show, Wifi, seeks to connect with young and disillusioned Persian-speakers who are searching beyond their immediate environment for meaning and authenticity. As Christians, we know that God is our loving Heavenly Father, but how can we communicate the heart of God to a people who see God as distant?
CONNECTING PERSIAN SPEAKERS WITH THE TRUE MEANING OF EASTER
Many people in the Middle East may have little or no understanding of what Christians celebrate during Easter, or how it is relevant to our lives today. As a response, SAT-7 PARS has produced a new teaching series to connect its audience with the true meaning of Easter.
‘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.
CELEBRATING ONE YEAR OF CHANGING GIRLS’ WORLDS
The SAT-7 PARS team recently celebrated the first anniversary of the weekly live show A Girl’s World. Many Persian speaking girls across the Middle East were also celebrating because they have finally found an engaging and relatable television show created especially for them.
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.
A TELEVISED EDUCATION WITH FAR-REACHING IMPACT
Since its launch in March 2015, SAT-7 KIDS’ My School program has been addressing the educational needs of displaced and underprivileged Arab children. Currently, 1.3 million children, parents, and teachers watch the show daily.