Prayer is powerful
Prayer is central to all that we do, and your prayers are a vital way to support our work. Will you join us in praying for the people of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and for the work of SAT-7 as we make God’s love visible to millions across the region?
Pray every day with News & Prayer
Join us in praying for the MENA every day with our monthly News & Prayer publication, available as an email or a hard copy booklet in the post. You'll find articles about SAT-7's TV programmes and channels and real-life testimonies from people in the region, with accompanying daily prayer points. Download the latest edition below, or sign up to receive our mailings here.
Thank you for your mailings which are like open windows into the Middle Eastern world in which you work. I 'travel' there every morning as I use the prayer diary."
Current edition: September 2020
September's prayer stories are deeply encouraging, and include three new programmes.
Algerian show Rest in the Lord is an antidote to the uncertainty of 2020, focusing on the unchanging ways of God.
SAT-7 PARS has been airing two new programmes that we focus on: Encounter of Generations brings viewers into a profound ongoing conversation between a father and son, while new programme Hashtag is entertaining and encouraging large numbers of young people.
A brilliant testimony involving three sisters tops it all off.
To read all the articles and pray for our work and our supporters, please download your PDF here.
Latest prayer stories
Sharing is caring, they say. In this case, it really is; Jalil Sepehr and his son Arvin are sharing their hearts with each other and Iran in a bid to benefit the future of church and culture in the region. […]
In a world of constant change, new Algerian programme Rest in the Lord is inviting new believers into a discussion about the unchanging ways of God. The table is set, the discussion has begun, and female viewers of Rest in […]
Full of trust, free of worries, innocent and happy. This is a child at their best. But many children in the MENA are not in an environment that allows anything like that. It may be the actions of their […]