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Hi I'm Seantay Hall

I grew up in beautiful Utah. I'm newly/happily married. I live a natural healthy lifestyle. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love anything outdoors and spending quality time with the people I love. That is why Utah is such an incredible place to be. I love traveling and spend a lot of time in other areas of the world, but I consider Utah my home. With amazing mountains and beautiful lakes, Utah is a great place for someone who loves adventure. My husband and I both love the outdoors. One of my biggest hobbies is practicing Yoga. I spent 10 years when I was younger studying the martial arts. Now I practice more regularly yoga and tai chi to maintain health physically and emotionally. Being a daughter of God, I understand how important it is to love and honor my body. Practicing yoga allows me to be centered in myself without any critical or judgmental thoughts. I have my Yoga Teaching certification and teach classes to others to share what I love. I go to school full time in Utah, majoring in Mandarin Chinese. We plan to start a family as soon as my school is out of the way so that I can focus on raising them well. We really hope to have a large family. My husband's family has five children and my family has five children as well. We are personally leaning toward the number 6.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are both faithful members of the LDS church. I was taught at a young age to be honest and to live the teachings of the gospel. I grew up knowing that I am a daughter of a loving Heavenly Father and that Jesus Christ is my Savior. There were many opportunities in my childhood where I felt personally in my heart that the things I had been learning in church were true. I held onto my testimony and it carried me through some very hard experiences that a young child should never have to go through. At the age of 12, I found my older brother dead. This traumatic experience left me broken and yearning. My family had been sealed in the LDS Temple. I believed that through the temple sealing power my family could live together forever but that didn't stop the pain in my heart. I began to pray and ask my Heavenly Father about Christ's death and atonement. There were times on my knees, at such a young age, when my heart was filled and literally overcome with pure peace and comfort. I felt as if arms were wrapped around me and holding me tight telling me that the Savior had truly broken the bonds of death. Through these experiences and many more, I know that my family can and will live together forever as we live righteously. I had the beautiful opportunity to serve a full-time mission for my church when I turned 21. I made the prayerful decision to serve as soon as I was old enough and was called to Taiwan. Learning Chinese and serving a mission was difficult, but I felt the Lord strengthening me every single day as I exercised my faith in Jesus Christ. I was guided what to say and do to help the people in Taiwan. I witnessed many lives made clean through the Atonement of Christ as they joined the LDS church. The most joyous and marvelous thing in my life this far was being sealed to my wonderful husband. We felt the burning testimony in our hearts as we were sealed for eternity in the Salt Lake Temple that the sealing power of the priesthood is real.

How I live my faith

I live my faith everyday by being an example of what I believe and living righteously in every situation. I understand that by living righteously, not only will I have a joyful and meaningful life, but I will also inspire others around me to live kindly and honestly as well. In my ward, I love to serve the other sisters and other ward members. I serve, with my husband, as a Temple Preparation Teacher. Each week in our personal scripture studies, we draw from the Book of Mormon, Bible and other church manuals principles and doctrines to teach. The lesson, on Sunday, never goes exactly as planned. Those taking the class and the spirit teach us as pray and study together. We are truly edified together. I also really love to visit the other sisters in the ward to show them of my love and support. I want to do anything to help them, like make a meal for a sister who has just had a baby to relieve their load a little bit, or bring a spiritual message to uplift and encourage a sister who is sad or discouraged. I try to think of others more than myself. As I do this, I know that by serving others I can become more like my Savior, Jesus Christ. I also want to continue traveling around the world to serve missions. After my children have grown up, my husband and I want to serve many LDS missions together.