Adventist media center in Middle East launches television channel

A new Seventh-day Adventist television channel in Beirut is expected to help spread the church’s message of hope among Arabic-speaking communities in the Middle East, a region “rich in Biblical history,” its director said last week. (From left) Bertil Wiklander, Adventist Church president for Trans-Europe; Kjell Aune, church president in the Middle East; Amir Ghali, Al Waad director; and Brad Thorp, president of Hope Channel, unveil the church’s new media center in Beirut. [photo: courtesy Al Waad Media Center] Church leaders said the Al Waad Channel, launched along with the Al Waad Media Center February 13 at a packed Middle East Adventist University Church, will potentially reach an audience of more than 300 million Arabic speakers in the region

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