Articles tagged: tv
SUPPORTING VIEWERS THROUGH THE UPS AND DOWNS OF MARRIAGE
We have been hearing from many of our viewers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) about their desire for healthier marriages. While some contact us in desperate need of help, others get in touch to share stories of God’s faithfulness. Whatever their situation, SAT-7 seeks to listen to their needs, provide support, and encourage godliness in our viewers’ relationships.
NEW TURKISH PROGRAMS SHARE GOD’S WORD WITH SUFFERING NATION
New programs for 2024 on SAT-7’s Turkish-language channel aim to support people with the power of God’s Word and highlight His work in Türkiye, both past and present.
TOGETHER WITH WOMEN IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
“I am grateful for your help and encouragement which really lifts my spirits. I believe the Lord is showing me, through you, that I am not alone and even in the most difficult circumstances there is help and guidance for me. I hope for healing for Iran in the name of the Lord Jesus”. Pariyah, SAT-7 viewer in Iran.
PERSIAN PROGRAMS HARNESS THE POWER OF STORYTELLING IN 2024
Powerful stories and real-life testimonies of Persian believers will be featured in SAT-7 PARS’ varied schedule of brand-new programs and much-loved returning live programs in 2024, broadcasting God’s hope to viewers in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.
STORIES OF GOD’S GRACE IN LEADERS’ LIVES INSPIRE VIEWERS
A new program on SAT-7 ARABIC is giving a platform for Christian leaders and influencers to be vulnerable about their struggles and share how God’s grace has helped them to overcome trials.
NEW TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTIONISES PERSIAN PROGRAMMING
A cutting-edge virtual camera system installed at SAT-7 PARS’ Limassol studio in Cyprus is taking multiple Persian programs to new heights. It enables presenters and actors to move about in, and even interact with, a digitally-designed virtual environment that is bringing stories to life.
ACTIVITY SHOW BREAKS DOWN BARRIERS AMID RISING TENSIONS IN LEBANON
SAT-7 KIDS’ innovative activity program for young people, Puzzle, is returning to the screen this week. It comes amid rising tensions between different groups in Lebanon, making the program’s core messages of friendship, Freedom of Religion or Belief, and the recognition of differences, all the more vital.