In the previous weeks SAT-7 has provided you with news about a growing cry among our viewers. It is a cry that stems from the devastation of war and persecution, from an inability to see hope. It is a cry for education.
Among them are women like Maryam in Kuwait. Maryam cannot send her three-year-old son to Sunday School due to persecution and has trouble finding age-appropriate channels with which to educate her son. Then Maryam found SAT-7. “SAT-7 KIDS team, you really broadcast nice strong, and special programs that make a difference in children’s lives…the channel made a huge difference in his life and made his speech progress even better.”
REFUGEES FIND JOY THROUGH SAT-7
SAT-7 provides countless children’s programs that meet both the spiritual and social needs of the young boys and girls.
Others are like Anahita, an Iranian refugee who found safety in Holland. Anahita is one of the millions who were forced from their home, leaving everything behind, to find solace in another country. Anahita felt alone and realized she needed help with her education when she reached Europe. Then she found SAT-7 and got the help she needed. “I am one of your regular viewers who watch your programs, and I would like to thank specifically Dr. Arman’s programs which are very informative. They are like university lessons for viewers like me who are thirsty to learn more. Thank you for your nice programs.” SAT-7 also provides for people in need of advice on subjects such as child marriage, spiritual teachings on Scripture, and much more.
BEING A VOICE FOR EDUCATION
Maryam, Nouh, and Anahita are just a few testimonies that reflect the impact of SAT-7. Their cries for education were answered and, through various programs, they found help in answering questions regarding, schooling, medicine, family concerns, social issues, and spiritual growth.
The people of the MENA region require more than basic necessities; they require the opportunity to empower themselves through education. They live in a world where they are taught to remain powerless and hopeless. They become “like people drowning in a swamp…” said Eshaq, an Iranian refugee SAT-7 recently interviewed. “Refugees have very difficult lives. Some people lost their identity.”
Help SAT-7 be a part of the solution to the cries of the Middle East and North Africa. Provide individuals the ability to pursue an identity rooted in Christ. Donating $1.00 will provide 1 person 1 year of programming. That is one more year for Maryam’s son to foster his faith. It is another year for Nouh as he explores his new-found belief. Or it is more resources for Anahita for the year ahead as she adjusts to her new life and heals the wounds created by violence. Small change brings big change to the hearts of MENA people.
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