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Several Pastors have mentioned that they need good articles on their Church web site.

They have certain well-known author names they trust, but how to find those articles, and get permission to use the material, is often a difficult problem.

Network211 has an answer to this. You can view almost 8,000 articles on their Global Christian Center website. Using the ‘Search Box’ you can find articles by typing in the name of a recognized author.

Each article on GCC is vetted for content and excellence. It must meet the standards of the ‘Statement of Faith’ of the National Association of Evangelicals.

Here are twelve names of authors, who have articles on GlobalChristianCenter.com which you can explore.

Billy Graham, John Maxwell, Charles Stanley,

Dr. George Flattery, Charles Harris, Robert Strand,

Ronda Knuth, Laura Petherbridge, Kirk Noonan,

Morris Williams, Larry Burkett, Josh McDowell.

There are many more authors, try typing in your own favorite one, to see if s/he is featured on GCC.

You can click the “Resources” tab at the top of the web page, to view categories, from which you need articles on a particular subject.

When you find an article you would like to place on your Church web site, all you need do, is look for the Content Syndication button on the bottom right of the GCC website page, and click it, to sign up for Syndication.

The process is easy and once you are enrolled as a ‘Syndication Partner’ you have unlimited access to place any GCC article you wish, on your Church Web site, for as long a time as you wish it to appear there. Syndication allows you to show the article on your Church web site, rather than using a ‘Link’ that takes your reader to another web site.

For additional help please contact Network211 Director of Content, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your questions, he will respond to your e-mail as soon as possible.

Rev. Jim Cole-Rous

Director of Content for Network211.