Elizabeth Smart went to Paris on her Mormon mission.
Shawn Bradley, then a budding NBA prospect, went to Australia.
But Steve Young was a "better ambassador" for the LDS Church, so the thinking goes, as a pro quarterback and future Hall-of-Famer than as a full-time missionary for his faith.
Ditto for pop icon Donny Osmond, who was seen as able to do more to spread the word by belting out songs than by knocking on doors.
So where in the world do you think singing sensation David Archuleta should be called to best use his talents and showcase his faith?
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