A spiritual hunger –
a tremendous opportunity
Give today to help broadcast Christian TV in the Middle East
Did you ever think you’d see the forced closure of church buildings across our nation? Could you imagine not being allowed to meet for worship? Lockdown has given you and I a tiny taste of what Christians in the Middle East face, day in, day out.
But it’s also awakened a spiritual hunger – and a tremendous opportunity.
Pastor Cem, a SAT-7 presenter, said that since the pandemic gripped the Middle East, “We receive more questions, there are more discussions, more positive and negative reactions. People are hungry for answers and many are turning to God.”
People across the region are seeking Jesus. They’re re-evaluating life, asking big questions about the Bible and tuning into our programmes in their millions.
Your support is needed to fund SAT-7 Christian TV to help answer these questions. Please, will you help?
You may have experienced your own church going online in recent months, or perhaps connected with other media ministries. You can see then why SAT-7 TV is precious to so many viewers in the Middle East. For many, it’s a lifeline.
Sohrab, a SAT-7 viewer from Iran, told us: “Unfortunately, this coronavirus is so pervasive that the whole world has gone into quarantine... May it be that we will not abandon and put into quarantine the preaching of the amazing grace of the God of love.”
In the midst of this global emergency, it’s vital that we make God’s love visible across the Middle East.
Every £1 from you will broadcast SAT-7 TV to two people for a whole year.
Today, in these unprecedented times, will you help broadcast Christian TV across the Middle East?