Profile

Cover photo
Roy Lindhardt
Worked at Sinclair Oil
Attended LDS Business College
Lives in Sandy, UT
10,931 followers|234,587 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos+1'sReviews

Stream

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
EATING AND READING ARE TWO PLEASURES THAT COMBINE ADMIRABLY.

Oh, yeah! And coffee too! Oh, don't forget the coffee! And a couple of blueberry muffins. Just a couple of them. Oh and some roasted chicken with some nice rice and a nice salad on the side.

Mmmmm....
I gotta go cook my dinner, I'm hungry already! Hey and don't forget the pecan pie! Yummy! :)) 

And by the way it has always been a lifelong dream of mine to be the owner of my very own bookshop combination coffeeshop combination radio show. And I want to name my bookshop/coffeshop "The Reading Caffee" and I wanna do radio shows in my Reading Caffee where I get to interview famous authors and researchers from around the world.

Oh, and the food would be served by some very HUNKY very handsome, tasty looking guys with their shirt off! Hahaha, it would be my own personal Disneyland! All my favorites all together under one roof.
1 comment on original post
1
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
"Onward, Ever Onward" by Josh Clare.

It's hard to imagine traveling only 12 miles a day when we have air-conditioned vehicles. For the pioneers, however, this was a typical day on the #MormonTrail. This painting tries to capture something of the heat and dust and the long days the pioneers surely experienced. View more depictions of the Mormon Trail: http://bit.ly/2jfOpPC
View original post
2
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
When the Saints were driven from Missouri, Joseph Smith traveled to Philadelphia to seek redress. He was unsuccessful in that effort, but his trip proved fruitful in other ways: He organized the city’s first branch on December 23, 1839—his 34th birthday.

Learn more about the history of the Church in Philadelphia: http://bit.ly/2b2zshi
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
George Freestone was just 14 years old when his family spent the winter near Mt. Pisgah in Iowa on the Mormon Trail. As Christmas 1852 approached, “the prospect for having anything to eat looked blue indeed as [their] provisions were gone,” and George’s father started a 20-mile journey to restock. Three days before Christmas, while his father was gone, George “saw three large turkeys” coming and “threw some cans of corn as far as [he] could in their direction” to lure them closer before capturing them. “Christmas came, so did father with provisions,” George recalled. “Mother roasted and basted those turkeys in fine shape and although I have eaten more than sixty Christmas dinners since then, that was the best of them all.”

George Freestone, “A Christmas Story—My Christmas Dinner on Mt. Pisgah,” Vernal Express, Dec. 24, 1915, 1. http://bit.ly/2fNHoTe
View original post
6
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
"Mount Pisgah Overlook" by Bryan Mark Taylor

Early Church leaders traveling across the #MormonTrail knew that thousands of Saints would be following their path. In anticipation of their needs, temporary settlements were built in Iowa. The largest was at Mount Pisgah—named for the Old Testament peak where Moses viewed the promised land.

Read Parley P. Pratt’s description of the area: http://bit.ly/2f86EzY
View original post
4
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Traversing the #MormonTrail wasn’t easy, but Hannah Tapfield King chose to focus on her blessings. “It seems hardly worthwhile to write every day’s journal for they consist all the time of thunder storms—mud holes, making bridges—getting wet thro’ beds and all. I note down some of these, and then add how I enjoy my carriage bed & how thankful I am for my many blessings.”

—King, age 46, English convert, June 1853, Claudius V. Spencer company. Reminiscence, circa 1864–1872.

View more: http://bit.ly/2f86EzY
View original post
6
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
4
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
In November 1835, Joseph Smith described his early visionary experiences to a visitor at his home in Kirtland, Ohio. Watch as Mark Ashurst-McGee discusses the significance of the account given at this visit and why it was given. http://bit.ly/2iGn8Vi
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
The Book of Mormon is essential in our day because it backs up the Bible—and vice versa. “In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established” (2 Corinthians 13:1). http://bit.ly/2ikwLGc
View original post
2
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Joseph Smith taught, “All men who become heirs of God and joint-heirs with Jesus Christ will have to receive the fulness of the ordinances of his kingdom.” In the temple, we can perform saving ordinances for the living and the dead.
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
You know that Joseph Smith was the first prophet in these latter days, but did you know that he loved to laugh and make people laugh? Here are a few interesting facts about the Prophet that you might not know: http://bit.ly/2gDDH0v
View original post
3
Add a comment...

Roy Lindhardt

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
For Joseph Smith, Christmas day in 1835 was memorable. He recorded in his journal, "At home all this day and enjoyed myself with my family it being Christmas day." http://bit.ly/2gqGzAd
View original post
4
Add a comment...
Story
Introduction
I'm an around 40 guy with five wonderful kids and a woman who is my best friend by my side (for 16 years now) who enjoys his job, likes Star Trek, reads books voraciously, plays the piano and adheres as best he knows how to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Education
  • LDS Business College
    1998
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Work
Occupation
Mormon, Web Developer, and family man.
Employment
  • Sinclair Oil
    Web Developer
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Sandy, UT
Previously
Ogden, UT - West Valley City, UT
Links
Roy Lindhardt's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Illustrating Why We Should NOT Learn from Other Countries' Education
jukuyobiko.blogspot.com

Unreliable Studies and Reports on International Education. There are contending views on the problem of whether or not we should learn from

The Sacred Ordinances of the Temple, spoken of in the Bible, prepare us ...
ldsprinciples.blogspot.com

The Ordinances of the Temple were instituted by the Lord in the New Testament, as they were originally in the days of Adam. Then again, they

Agar.io – Apps para Android no Google Play
market.android.com

Jogue on-line com jogadores de todo o mundo conforme você tenta se tornar a maior célula entre todas as outras! Controle a sua pequena célul

UW Religion Today: A Tale of Two Tours | News | University of Wyoming
www.uwyo.edu

July 22, 2015 — By Paul V.M. Flesher. Important religious buildings, such as synagogues, mosques, temples or cathedrals, derive their signif

IPADS ARE HERE TO STAY
vonandcarolynchristensen.blogspot.com

Today was a remarkable day in our mission, not just for us, but for our mission, and I want to tell anyone who is interested, about it. Von

HEAVE HO
vonandcarolynchristensen.blogspot.com

Heave Ho. Our Office Senior Elders are amazingly strong! Showing off our new Illinois Chicago T Shirts designed by one of our talented Young

OFFICE JOBS
vonandcarolynchristensen.blogspot.com

Emergency Prepardness Kits in background boxes to be delivered to all the missionaries. Carolyn is making Welcome Binders (see table) for 12

Modest is NOT Hottest:
www.confessionsofateenagebride.com

Growing up in a materialistic world is a challenge, I won't sugar coat it. Pretty much all of my self esteem issues can stem back to those m

Peruvian Times – News from Peru – Authorities Find Pre-Inca Site in Nort...
www.peruviantimes.com

Authorities in the north coast region of Piura say they have uncovered an important pre-Inca site archaeological that was built by the Talla

Utah is Forbes Best State for Business
www.linkedin.com

Utah has just been named Forbes Best State for Business for the third consecutive year. What’s happening in the Beehive state to receive thi

Pesquisa Google
market.android.com

Aplicativo de pesquisa do Google para Android: a forma mais rápida e fácil de encontrar o que você precisa na Web e em seu dispositivo.* Pes

My Muppets Show
market.android.com

Join Kermit, Animal, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the Muppets for the performance of a lifetime! Go on tour in this fun, musical game, brough

Neglah
plus.google.com

Media host, content producer, illustrator, animation geek, sci-fi daydreamer, music aficionado, but most of all, an animal lover.

The odd reasons your day drags but your life flies
www.linkedin.com

The older I get, the more I find time losing its reliable cadence in favor of a disconcerting fluidity. One day can seem epic, but every pas

Teehunter
plus.google.com

We fanatically hunt down the best T-shirt Designs out there!

Are the Jobs of the Near Future Beyond our Imaginings? | Big Think Edge ...
bigthink.com

Greater automation will render whole classes of jobs irrelevant. But if your job involves creativity, imagination, innovation, thinking, exp

Life Lessons to Teach Kids Before They Leave Home
www.linkedin.com

As a parent, I've felt the temptation many times to sit my kids down and drill them on life’s important lessons – especially the ones I had

Three Ways to Create Trust-Building Content
www.marketingprofs.com

Customer Relationships - There is plenty of proof out there that trust is not just good for one-on-one relationships, it's also good for bus

Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Wonderful place to enjoy some beautiful scenery, have a picnic and hike around a little!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
3 reviews
Map
Map
Map
Very pleasant people there. Easy to work with.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago