I was thinking today about Alma’s little wish:
O that I were an angel, and could have the wish of mine heart, that I might go forth and speak with the trump of God, with a voice to shake the earth, and cry repentance unto every people!
We all know that Alma self-smacked himself down soon after writing this, but let’s say, for argument’s sake, that he (or, you) got this wish. Then what?
I suppose we could make this into a deep thought experiment and ask ourselves whether the trump of God and a voice to shake the earth would have a real effect on the number of baptisms and on our retention rates. I think there are good arguments on both sides there, and surely one of the lessons of 1 Nephi is that those flashy divine special effects don’t really work. I guess I still find myself thinking that they would definitely have an impact.
Anyways, today’s topic is just a fun question: if you got Alma’s wish and more, and not only were an angel with trump and God-voice, but going even further — if you could convert one person to the Gospel, who would it be? Your miracle conversion is a bona-fide conversion, a lifetime active happy member. Who’s your pick for single miracle convert, and why? Explain your decision. God is reading these comments and will surely reward the best of them by granting the wish, Genie-like. 
David Boreanaz is taken.
 Remember the words of the Genie from Disney’s Aladdin: no wishing for more wishes! Your miracle convert won’t necessarily bring their family/friends/nation along with them. But then again, they might, if you wish on that star long enough.