troubleshooting Question

Creating a 3 column layout in a frontpage block

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Am working on the design of a drupal site:

http://faithmov.com/drupal6

I want to modify the top block in the content area. At present it has an image with two links alongside it.   I want to modify so it contains three columns. The first column should contain a single image, the second column manually entered text and the third a set of links.  I had thought of using Panels but I can't understand how one can create a panel with regions containing content which is MANUALLY entered as opposed to content which is derived from elements already present in the site (i.e. views, menus, page elements, etc), not, say, a text area where the authorised user can enter text or a text box into which the user can upload an image or another text box where links can be inserted (like the CKEditor).  

Perhaps one should not use views for this.   The sort of thing I need can be seen on our present site:

http://www.faith.org.uk/

How can I do that so that entry is easy for authorised users?
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