SAT-7 TÜRK

A DISTINCTLY CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW

Christians in Turkey keep the faith alive in a nation packed with Bible history.

TURKISH-SPEAKING VIEWERS IN TURKEY AND ACROSS EUROPE
A VOICE FOR A SMALL CHRISTIAN MINORITY

SAT-7 TÜRK is the first and only Christian channel allowed to broadcast on the government-regulated satellite Türksat.

For the approximately 171,000 Christians in Turkey, it is exciting. Turkish programs for children, youth, and women are shown regularly alongside live broadcasts and teaching programs.

For the rest of the 85 million people living in Turkey, it provides a new perspective. SAT-7 TÜRK gives a new outlook on the Church and addresses long-held misconceptions.

 

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