Turn your website into daily news source with headlines from churchcentral.com!
It doesn't take a staff of reporters to get fresh news every day. Just add the churchcentral.com news panel to your website.
<-- The graphic to the left is a live version of the news panel.
Fresh daily headlines are delivered to your Web site from our article server - the same daily news we publish at churchcentral.com. All you have to do is install the free panel. It's fast and easy.
The churchcentral.com News Panel:
How to Install the Free Panel
In your source html file, decide where on the page to place the News Panel.
Copy and paste the following:
There are nine options that can be modified:
The News Panel can be modified for color in headlines, dates and news, and size of type for the content can be adjusted.
(Please note: We also provide RSS feeds if that would be better for integration.
Please send us a quick e-mail with a link to your site after you've finished the installation. We like to know who our partners are!
If you have any questions, please contact the churchcentral.com Web development department. You may reach via our contact form or toll-free at 877-441-7545.
"Methods are many. Principles are few. Methods may change, but principles never do."
"We needed to work through some relational tension by getting busy for the Lord together," says Pastor Melissa Pratt. "Folks worked together and they actually enjoyed it!"
"To have some addtions at your church, you may need to have some blessed subtractions." (Rick Warren at NACC 2012).
Pastor Melissa Pratt explains how she structured staff, boards, committees, worship and facilities to prepare her church for expansion. "Growth was immediate."
"God's desire to resurrect dead churches like Sardis motivates in us hope and change. It often takes a wake-up call." (Rich Frazer at Church Central Turnaround 20/20)
Author & consultant Aubrey Malphurs describes how he facilitates a church's leadership team as they home in on their core values. (From the Society for Church Consulting's Level 2 training.)
Will Mancini describes the main reasons people feel emotionally connected to their home church. (Church Central Turnaround 20/20 in 2012)
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