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Hi I'm Seth Ault

I'm half Taiwanese, half American, I'm going to school to become a psychologist, and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am 22 years old. I was born in Bloomington, Indiana. I grew up in the church. Everyone in my family are all Mormons. My Mom and Dad's name are Shanna and Tommy respectively. I have two older brothers named Scott and Shaun and a little sister named Sabrina. I am the third of four children. My favorite hobbies include painting, playing piano, volleyball, reading, and watching YouTube.

Why I am a Mormon

I was always a Mormon in my life but it wasn't until I was about 16 years old that I started to apply the teachings of the gospel into my life and not just going through the motions. I found out that the church was true when one day I decided to just go into my closet and to pray with all my heart and with real intent. I felt the spirit so strong that day, that it brought tears into my eyes, confirming that this church is indeed true and that Joseph Smith was a real prophet that restored this church. I have no doubt in my mind that this church is true.

How I live my faith

I love to go to church. I love the spirit that I feel each Sunday. One of the callings in church that I've had was playing the piano for several different meetings (i.e. priesthood, firesides, ward activities) and I've enjoyed it a lot. I also love giving service for my church. Whether it's something as simple as cleaning the church, or as hard as loading trucks with heavy cans of food to deliver to the poor, I try to find every way possible where I can serve. Serving makes me feel happy knowing that what I'm doing is for Heavenly Father.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Seth Ault
We believe that we can be with our family forever with Heavenly Father if we choose the right. God blessed us with families so we can be happier and that we can learn from each other. Show more Show less