REFRESHING WORSHIP SAT-7’s weekly worship programme We Will Sing – a favourite of many viewers – has begun a new season with an updated format and a new name, Keep on Singing. SAT-7’s weekly worship programme We Will Sing – a favourite of many viewers – has begun a new season with an updated format and a new name, Keep […]
This discipleship programme is aimed at North African women who may have few or no opportunities for Christian fellowship. It is presented by three women in an intimate living room-style setting and particularly aims to help illiterate women.
This 40-minute talk show has been going strong since 2002. Recent episodes countered societal misconceptions about women by contrasting popular proverbs with biblical proverbs and discussed topics including pornography, sex education, peer pressure and sexual harassment.
Traumatised by war and unable to access healthcare, countless refugees across the MENA region cannot get the help they need to recover from the terrible ordeals they have suffered. SAT-7 is using its strategic platform to provide imaginative and alternative forms of support. We are launching Medicine and Life to address the physical and psychological needs of those who have been displaced from their home.
Not Any Kind of Youth (“Mesh Ay Shabab” in Arabic) is aimed at helping young people to understand their value to God and how they can have a fruitful spiritual life. It addresses topics such as self-image, money, fear and relationships. Young people are invited to share their personal experiences.
With half the population of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) aged under 25, it is not difficult to see why attracting and influencing the region’s youth is a priority for SAT-7.
A new daily morning show that serves up 15-minutes of spiritual encouragement and biblical inspiration to help viewers start the day with God.
SAT-7 wants to address the physical as well as the spiritual transformation of lives in the Middle East and North Africa.
Disabled people are among the most marginalised groups in the Middle East and North Africa. Thanks to low awareness and a culture of shame, disabled children are sometimes hidden away and never schooled or integrated into society.
Because I am a Woman, which started on 10 February, is a documentary-style show that is investigating some of the most controversial and shocking issues that affect women in the Arab world. It takes a hard-hitting factual approach featuring statistics and expert analysis as well as covering real-life stories.