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"I am a young, handicapped lady living in a remote area of Kabyle. I am 22 years old and have been totally confined to a wheelchair since an accident 9 years ago. I watch TV all day long, hoping to escape from my problems. I haven't lost hope. I am holding onto God and to Jesus. I trust that one day He will answer my prayers, and that I will be able to walk again as I used to 9 years ago. Thank you for your excellent programs which have helped to increase my faith. I kindly request you to remember me in your prayers, especially since I will be taking my High School Diploma exams this year." A 22 year old woman from Algeria

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SHADIA FROM THE GULF - September 5, 2014
Shadia and her sisters long to follow Jesus… but fear he won’t hear their prayer in a country without churches. Ever since the development of satellite television in the Middle East in the 1990s, viewers have had access to information they would never have heard otherwise. From 1996, when SAT-7 began broadcasting, its goal has been to “Make God’s love visible” – even in places where it has never been seen before.