FINDING LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS
“Nothing in the world could bring me any joy,” says Ladan*, a SAT-7 PARS viewer from Iran, as she shares her radical testimony. “I chased everything you can imagine, but instead of finding peace I found myself drowning in darkness.”
BECAUSE NO CHILD SHOULD FEEL ALONE
Pictured above are Mayyar (13) and Mo (14). They are Palestinian brothers who’ve grown up in a refugee settlement in Lebanon. Divorce led to a broken family, so their grandmother raised them. They have not seen their mother for nine years and their father for ten.
I AM SAT-7: REZA JAFARI – Editing Manager
As an Iranian raised in a religiously hostile society, I value and understand the extraordinary and much-needed work of SAT-7. I love working in such a unique and diverse place! The past 14 years has been a testament to God’s goodness in my life.
TRAIN UP A CHILD IN THE WAY HE SHOULD GO
Fady and his wife Marian are so enthusiastic about the SAT-7 KIDS channel, they drove into Cairo from their home in Tanta, 100 km away, to tell us about it.
IRANIAN WAR VETERAN FINDS PEACE IN CHRIST
An Iranian war veteran who suffered post-traumatic stress for many years has told SAT-7 how he has had “more peace” since he came to know Christ.
AMIR, A FATHER FIGHTING FOR HIS SON
Amir struggled to get his autistic son the help he needed. Schools were rejecting his son. And getting him to learn was difficult. Yet Amir knew that “God never makes anything bad.” Amir shares how faith and perseverance changed his son’s future.
MADELINA, A BELIEVER FROM SOUTH SUDAN
“I was rejected by my parents. They treated me cruelly…” Madelina describes her upbringing on the SAT-7 program New Eve.