“Just as Jesus did, we want to embrace children in Turkey with God’s love,” says Ibrahim Deveci. The director of Kucak Yayıncılık, a ministry serving children and parents in Turkey, Deveci spoke on SAT-7 TÜRK as part of an episode raising awareness of resources for isolated Christian families.
Unable to meet face-to-face due to coronavirus restrictions, Awakening Youth reunited online on Saturday, 27 February 2021.
The Week of Prayer for the Unity of Christians where different Churches come together, took place this year between 18-25 January in Istanbul.
Various church services and Christian leaders around the world organized an international prayer day for those who accept Christ of different faiths.
“The earthquake in Izmir impacted us all deeply – we have not slept in days,” shares Melih Ekener, Executive Director of SAT-7 TÜRK. “We pray that people will be rescued from among the rubble, and that the people who have lost loved ones will be comforted.”
What does it mean to be a woman in a conservative, male-dominated society like Turkey? The latest episode of SAT-7 TÜRK talk show, Turning Point took this as the focus in the week that marks International Women’s Day.
Participants of the picnic expressed their happiness for the creation of an environment where partnership and love between brothers increased and they served together.
As the Hagia Sophia becomes a functioning mosque once more on July 24, SAT-7 TÜRK looks beyond politics, and remembers Turkey’s unique and valuable Christian heritage.
In the news made by Hristiyanhaber.net, a person who came to the center of Antalya Bible Churches in Kaleiçi threatened the church leaders with death. It was learned that the attacker, who had a criminal record of conscious injury, previously broke the windows of the church.
Protestant Churches Association Publishes “Thank you” Message on the Official Website
The Protestant Churches Association published a congratulatory message on their official site for the Pentecost Day.
Millions of children are now in self isolation in their homes in Turkey, and so are most of the SAT-7 TÜRK staff. Determined to joyfully share a message of encouragement, hope, and love to its young viewers, SAT-7 TÜRK is broadcasting its children’s program from a living room.
The Awakening Youth Meeting, which takes place with the participation of young people from different churches in Istanbul, was held in February.
The Governorship of Istanbul organized a New Year’s Day event at the Ciragan Palace for Christians from different denominations, traditions and churches. The Governor wished Merry Christmas to the attendees and wanted the year 2020 to bring goodness and beauty to all mankind.
The advent period is marked by Christians across the world as the countdown to Christmas begins. But what does advent mean and what do the candles we light represent? Turning Point, SAT-7 TÜRK’s youth program, addresses such questions by looking at the source of hope, joy, peace, and love.
The Awakening Youth gathered for the first time in Turkey, in Ankara. 210 young people from 14 cities of Turkey came together to praise the Lord.
SAT-7 TÜRK recently celebrated its fourth anniversary of broadcasting Turkish-speaking Christian programs. As the only Christian television channel on the Turkish government’s Türksat, it is a unique and valuable source of information about Christianity for millions of Turkish speakers.
Women of Mardin and Diyarbakir Church as well as guests participated in the International Women’s Day event held in Mardin Protestant Church.
He shares what he collected through the years, his stories, experiences and beliefs in a philosophical and fluent way through this book.
1,200-year Bible found in Turkey’s Diyarbakır. The Biblical text was written across 34 pages of leather with gold-encrusted religious motifs.
“Rather than finding problems with one another, we want to invite viewers to an enjoyable time and kitchen chat with people of all different cultures living in Turkey,” says One Kitchen, One Story Producer İlker Yılmaz
For believers in Turkey who are young in their faith, it is challenging to find worship songs that have not been translated – worship songs written in their mother tongue with which people can better connect.
The Dimitri Cantemir Romanian Cultural Centre of Istanbul organized a Christmas Songs Concert in St. Anthony’s Basilica.
The Jesus Storybook Bible children’s book which is translated in many languages and sold millions of copies in the world was translated into Turkish by Kucak Publishing House.
The Fevkani Church, which is thought to have been built during the Byzantine period in 6th or 7th century, was abandoned to its fate.
Hundreds of people from all over the world will attend the 8-day prayer chain.
An ancient church building and mosaics were found in the village of Akçakıl in the Bayramiç district of Çanakkale.
The Jesus Christ Church in Altinözü, Antioch, celebrated its 10th anniversary on 3 August 2018.
Getting onto the Türksat satellite was a dream for many years before it became reality in 2014.
Turkish-speaking believers of Jesus Christ from six Bulgarian cities came together for a baptism ceremony in the city of Sliven, Bulgaria.
The opening ceremony of the representative office of the Anatolian Protestant Church in Marmaris was held on 8 July 2018.
The Association of Protestant Churches in Turkey (TEK) has chosen a new president and board of directors.
About 10 Protestant churches in Istanbul met in Polonezköy for a picnic. The event is an example of fraternal brotherhood.
The signboard of the Protestant Church of Mardin was dismantled by person or persons who could not be identified.
The Saint Adday (Mor Adday) Syriac Church, which is dated to 620 AD situated in the Başak village of İdil district in Şırnak will be renovated.
Adana Protestant Church organized the yearly prayer meeting called “Let us pray for Turkey” on 18th April 2018.
Source: SAT-7 TÜRK