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On today’s Tech, No Babel: Troubleshooting Techniques: Avoiding Problems before they happen

A relative of mine (distant, but I’m still claiming him) said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When it comes to troubleshooting, that’s so true.

Have you ever had something break, but it wasn’t severe enough to warrant you fixing it right away, so you put it off?

The car I’m driving now had a problem where it would overheat in traffic. I don’t get in traffic all that often, so I didn’t worry about it. One day, I got stuck and couldn’t get going fast enough to move air through the radiator fast enough, so the broken radiator fan issue became a broken radiator. If only I’d fixed the radiator fans, it would have solved that problem, but I waited and had to fix both.

Tech can be like that. Sometimes, you see a piece starting to go south. Fix it early, so that it doesn’t break more stuff.

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Paul Alan Clifford, M.Div.

Paul Alan Clifford, M.Div. has been a tech volunteer with Quest Community Church in Lexington, KY since 2000 and is the founder of TrinityDigitalMedia.com, llc. He became part of the technology in ministry team when his church’s attendance was around 200 in one Sunday service and has witnessed it’s growth to 5,200 average weekly attendance in one Saturday service, four Sunday services in one online and two physical campuses. He literally wrote the book on podcasting in churches, twitter in churches, & servant-hearted volunteering, as well as writing various articles for publications like “Church Production” and “Technologies for Worship” magazines.