Opening your front door, you're met by two clean-cut young men. They stand out from the crowd, if for no other reason because of the conservative way they're dressed.
They wear dark trousers and suit coats, and white dress shirts. Both sport ties, one with red stripes, the other a blue print. A name tag on their lapel gives their surname, with the appropriate title and the name of the church they represent. They grip the Book of Mormon in their hands.
"Hi," the younger one says pleasantly. "I'm Elder Walz, and this is Elder Morin. We're missionaries with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Today we're sharing a message about the Book of Mormon."