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.
GODS ENCOURAGEMENT THROUGH THE HOLY SPIRIT
Maggie Morgan, a creative film director who partners with SAT-7, has produced a culturally pioneering project to help Arab viewers feel seen, connected, and understood when dealing with difficult emotions.
AFGHAN PRESENTER SPEAKS OF FEAR AND HOPE AS TROOPS WITHDRAW
Afghan pastor and presenter Shoaib Ebadi shares how locals fear the impact on their safety and human rights as the United States and NATO forces withdraw from Afghanistan. Despite this, Pastor Shoaib is heartened by his faith and by the strength of Afghanistan’s young people – and he calls for unity at this crucial moment.
THE CRY FOR WOMEN’S LEGAL RIGHTS IN TURKEY
As thousands of women in Turkey prepare to protest the country’s formal exit on July 1 from the Istanbul Convention, an international treaty to prevent violence against women, Gülsüm I., Deputy Executive Director of SAT-7 TÜRK, shares how the channel supports women to know their legal rights to protection from domestic abuse.
SAT-7’s First Broadcast
As SAT-7 turns 25, Founder and President Dr Terence Ascott looks back on its beginnings. In this excerpt from his upcoming book Dare to Believe!, Dr Ascott recalls the landmark day of SAT-7’s very first broadcast.
NEW HOPE AT NOWRUZ
On 20 March, the Persian-speaking world will celebrate Nowruz, or New Year, under pandemic restrictions. With its celebration of spring and new beginnings, Nowruz has a deeper meaning for Christians as they reflect on their new life in Christ. This year, special programming on SAT-7 PARS helps them celebrate in isolation.
FOLLOW THE WOMEN
Working from home due to the pandemic, Maia Woodward, Communications Manager at SAT-7, reflects on when she cycled for peace in 2004 with 250 women across the Middle East. This Women’s Day, Maia shares the stories of some of the remarkable women she met; Middle Eastern women who experienced pain and conflict, and yet still held on to hope.