Purpose & Mission Statement:
VISION: To see a growing Church in the Middle East and North Africa, confident in Christian faith and witness, serving the community and contributing to the good of society and culture. MISSION: To provide the churches and Christians of the Middle East and North Africa an opportunity to witness to Jesus Christ through inspirational, informative, and educational television services.
Nicene Creed (325, Revised 381) and the Lausanne Covenant (1974) Read documents at http://www.sat7usa.org/about-sat-7
A thoughtful ethos makes SAT-7 a unique television ministry in the region: Over 80% of SAT-7 programs are created and produced by an interdenominational group of Middle Eastern and North African Christians. SAT-7 programs are apolitical, culturally sensitive, and nonviolent. SAT-7 does not attack other religions, so viewers from all religious backgrounds can engage in true and trustworthy presentations of the Gospel. All broadcasts are free to air for viewers. SAT-7 receives its support from friends of the ministry.
SAT-7 is the first, pioneering Christian satellite broadcaster ministering in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It is the largest, most comprehensive, and most far-reaching. In 2016, SAT-7 celebrates 20 years of high quality, high impact Christian satellite broadcasting throughout the Middle East and North Africa. Recognized as a trusted brand with a consistent track record, SAT-7 is giving voice to the MENA Church and the Gospel message to tens of millions.
Based in Cyprus, SAT-7 is a Middle East based Christian indigenous satellite television ministry broadcasting 24/7 throughout more than seventy countries in the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe. The network supports 5 channels with broadcasts in the major languages of the region: Arabic, Farsi, Dari, Turkish, Azeri, Kabyle and Kurdish. The ministry’s mission is to build the Church through non-political and non-partisan, biblically based programming, more than 80% of which is produced in the Middle East by Middle Easterners.
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Long-Term Missionary Accountability Practices: