Monthly Archives: September 2011

One month in . . .

It hardly seems possible that we have only been in Cyprus one month. Already we’ve stopped getting lost every time we drive around Nicosia, we’ve become part of the furniture at church, we feel settled in our house and are … Continue reading

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Iranian Summer Time changes – aaargh!

Pub quiz question for you. How many hours is Iran ahead of the UK? Multi-choice: 2.5 hours, 3.5 hours, or 4.5 hours? (yes – the answer really does include a half hour!)  Would it surprise you to know that all … Continue reading

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SAT-7 Audience Relations Project Update

Perhaps the biggest project that I am working on right now is the SAT-7 Audience Relations project. This is designed to help us give our viewers a better service when they get in touch with us (by whatever means) and … Continue reading

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Hope in the face of Danger

In this article originally posted in Wazala, a resource about Christianity in the Middle East & North Africa, Lina Dawood, from Baghdad, shares more about what life is like in Iraq as a Christian. She tells us of the very … Continue reading

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SAT-7 Breaks Ground for New Studio in Lebanon (SAT-7 Press Release)

On the 3rd of September, several hundred guests and a number of VIP’s attended the groundbreaking at the site of a new Studio for SAT-7’s work in Lebanon. The ceremonies began with a welcome by the Chair of SAT-7’s International Board, Rev Dr … Continue reading

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