Nairobi, 24 July, 2020 / 10:12 pm (ACI Africa).
Shalom World, a US-based Catholic television network is set to start broadcasting programs featuring content on the Catholic Church in Africa this weekend, offering viewers an opportunity to experience the “faith, love and culture of the people of Africa,” the leadership of the media outlet has announced.
The leadership of the station made the announcement in a 2.37-minute video promo, indicating that the inaugural five-segment program dubbed “Mission Africa” will feature content from the East African countries of Kenya and Uganda, allowing the viewers to experience the missionary journey into the “exuberate dancing Church of Africa.”
The television station is set to premiere the “Glorious Lives” segment on July 24 and July 25.
In the segment “Here I am”, which will start airing Saturday, July 25 featuring “fearless missionaries who stood firm even in the face of death” will tell the story of the missionaries’ extraordinary call to mission in the world’s second largest continent, the leadership of Shalom World television announce in the video promo.
“The rich cultural heritage of the African people finds a new dimension when they receive the Gospel. Watch how the missionaries help them live out their Christian faith using their own art, music, and culture in the program ‘Here I am’,” Shalom TV leadership has posted on Twitter.