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?
Lent 2021: Free to believe?
People across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) face restrictions on their freedom of religion and belief. And yet, every year, SAT-7’s viewer support teams receive thousands of messages from viewers telling us how they came to faith, asking questions, and wanting to find out more about Jesus.
This year’s Lent resource, Free to believe, shares 40 messages from these viewers with you, one for each day of Lent – from all across the MENA – and invites you simply to pray for them.
You'll also have the opportunity each Sunday to spend some time reflecting on your own journey of faith and writing your own story.
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: March 2021
Can you believe we've now been in lockdown or under strict restrictions in the UK for almost a year? With vaccinations on the way and a plan to ease restrictions, we're finally able to sense the first tentative flickers of hope for a return to normality.
But for many rural women in Algeria, life has been one long lockdown with no end in sight, as unmarried women aren't allowed to leave the family home. In a moving blog post by Samia Kessai, SAT-7's Algerian producer, she writes about the desperate need for hope for these women, and how SAT-7's programmes are showing them their God-given value.
In this month's issue, you can also read how SAT-7 is promoting human rights for refugees and minorities in Iran and Afghanistan. And keep your ear to the ground, as we have some exciting online open studio tours coming up to celebrate 25 years of SAT-7.
To read all the articles and pray for our work and our supporters, please download your PDF here.
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