Have you ever seen a church website or bulletin that proudly displays all 633 programs they offer? Not only is it difficult to staff a large number of programs but I would contend that at some point by simply adding more programs you are ensuring the quality of all programs is going to suffer.
Apple has succeeded by limiting consumer choice, and Apple’s small product line-up has been a key factor in that success. While other companies release an inordinate number of products in an attempt to satisfy every potential customer, Apple has kept its product line-up relatively streamlined in comparison.
Apple’s simplified approach to selling computers helped re-energize the company as it forced Apple to focus on doing a few things extremely well, while not letting its talent and resources drift off in a number of different directions and projects.
I think the church could really learn something from the Apple business approach. They don't try to do everything and they make sure that the things that they do they do very well. They continue to be one of the top companies in America even though the have a limited product line. If the church does few things but does those things very well they will do better than if they were to offer a lot of mediocre programs.