Researchers did a study at a grocery store near San Francisco. They set up a table on two consecutive Saturdays with jams. One week 6 jams, the other 24 kinds of jam. More people stopped to look when there were more types. However, significantly more jam was actually purchased when there were fewer options to choose from.
When it comes to analysis, more choices lead to paralysis. What does that mean for you?
And if you’re a pastor, what does it say about the number of ministries and classes you should offer?