A VIEWER’S LIFE TRANSFORMED: MAYA’S STORY
Mariannne Awaraji Daou, Arabic Audience Relations Manager, shares the story of a viewer whose life has been changed. We are telling “Maya’s” story here with her permission, and with her name changed to protect her identity.
GUIDING VIEWERS ON THEIR JOURNEY
As part of the digital transformation of SAT-7’s Arabic media, both our social media and our Audience Relations departments are making a vital shift. Once, both acted only as support functions for SAT-7’s satellite broadcasts. While they will continue to do this, they are now also becoming platforms for God’s love in their own right – platforms that interact seamlessly to support viewers on their journey.
GROWING UP WITH SAT-7
“I am so grateful for each program, presenter, cameraman, and for all those behind the scenes. I really thank God for you all – your vision and passion for all viewers to know God’s love and be with Him in heaven,” a SAT-7 viewer from Egypt said.
AN OPEN LETTER FROM SAT-7 TÜRK STAFF
As pandemic restrictions begin to ease in Turkey, the SAT-7 TÜRK team reflect on the past year; sharing how they overcame obstacles by working together and trusting in God’s faithfulness to continue to share God’s love with viewers in Turkey.
A LIGHTHOUSE OF HOPE IN THE DEEPENING REFUGEE CRISIS
An unprecedented 82 million people are now forcibly displaced as the world marks World Refugee Day. SAT-7 CEO Rita El-Mounayer calls for urgent prayer for those with “nowhere else to go”, while displaced families share how even in the darkest times, they found hope through SAT-7 programming to meet educational and emotional needs.
WITNESSING TO CHRIST IN THE MIDDLE OF A WAR ZONE
Sister Nabila Saleh continues to be a Christian missionary in the middle of a war zone. As Principal of the Rosary Sisters School in Gaza, she was recently interviewed on SAT-7’s weekly current affairs program, You are Not Alone, witnessing to Christ through her perseverance and service.
Exposing mothers’ lack of legal protection: Samira’s story
For five years and six months, Samira* shares, she was separated from her two young children with no recourse to see them or fight for custody. A recent episode of SAT-7 ARABIC’s You are Not Alone tells Samira’s story and highlights the lack of legal protections that can leave Middle Eastern women, and their children, very vulnerable.