A perspective on life in the Middle East and North Africa, with stories of how we are supporting the Church and Christians in the region, written by the leadership of SAT-7.
SAT-7 ARABIC celebrates 23 years on air!
SAT-7’s CEO Rita El-Mounayer started her career with SAT-7 as a Presenter on SAT-7 ARABIC when the channel first started. This month, Rita reflects on the past two decades, as SAT-7 ARABIC celebrates faithfully broadcasting God’s love into the Middle East and North Africa for 23 years!
Celebrating Easter with millions across the MENA
As Christians around the world celebrate Easter, SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer shares how SAT-7 programs are providing vital encouragement for believers across the MENA region at this time.
SAT-7 CEO shares highs of 2018 Annual Report
We are excited to present to you our Annual Report 2018. After 23 years of broadcasting to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), our work through satellite television continues to be essential to so many. We saw a fantastic response to our programming in 2018, with over 900 viewers contacting us every day through messages or calls!
Celebrating Persian New Year!
Today is Norooz, Persian New Year, and SAT-7 CEO Designate, Rita Elmounayner, reflects on how this celebration can remind us all of the hope and new life we have in Christ.
Happy International Women’s Day!
SAT-7 CEO Designate Rita Elmounayer celebrates the courageous women of the MENA region on International Women’s Day.
CROSSING BORDERS, JOINING HEARTS
When George Makeen found himself in a sticky situation during an Egypt-Algeria football match, it revealed to him the power of Jesus to bring people together. In his new blog post, the SAT-7 ARABIC Programming Director shares his joy over how SAT-7’s North African programs are doing the same for lonely believers.
A GOOD BARBEQUE NEEDS A GOOD MARINADE
Have you ever marinated chicken, as Persians do, in saffron, garlic, lime and olive oil? After two hours, it’s beginning to tenderise and take on the aroma and flavours of the marinade. Well, it’s much the same with us. Think of yourself as the chicken and your culture as the marinade…
SHARING GOD’S LOVE OVER CULTURAL CONVENTIONS
When Iranians meet, the time we spend greeting and exchanging polite pleasantries can seem extensive – especially to someone from a European culture. The process then repeats saying goodbye on the doorstep, where whole new conversations on brand new topics are enjoyed well into the night.