Stephen Thomas White
Stephen Thomas White
Steve’s life started on a ranch in Idaho. Being the youngest of four brothers and sisters, he was assigned the duty of caretaker of the chickens and the garden. He was active in church. After his family moved to a small town south of Salt Lake City, Utah, he continued to be active in church. He continued to care for two thousand chickens until he was fourteen when he built a building which became an auto body repair and paint shop. He and his father ran the shop with Steve doing the auto painting.In high school, Steve read history and Christian religion extensively while attending old and new testament classes for three years becoming well founded in the bible. He married at age 19, became a father at age 20.
He then went to the University of Utah and received a bachelor’s degree in accounting at which time he left the auto repair business. He then spent a year teaching undergraduate accounting courses and obtaining an M.B.A. degree.Upon receiving his graduate degree he accepted a position with Peat, Marwick, Mithcell & Co.(now KPMG) in their Salt Lake City, Utah office. He was promoted quickly to management. During this period he and his wife had two additional children. He entered the firm’s education department in New York City for 2 years. He returned to Salt Lake City and became a partner one year later. He ran the audit department for four years and was promoted to managing partner. During his time as a partner, he started experiencing dreams of events that took place in the second century A.D. These dreams continued for three years during which he took extensive notes after each dream.
Steve took early retirement to start a leaveraged buy out career. Shortly after starting this new career, he was divorced, married again and moved to Arizona where he became a father of a fourth child. Soon after the move he became a member of the Presbyterian church.
After twenty years in the leaveraged buy out business he began extensive research to write his books to tell the stories he dreamed during that three year period twenty years before. He gave the books and the research his full time effort. He started collaborating with Rev. Dr. Charles G. Jenkins, PhD to complete the books. He then hired Joan Domning to edit services.
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Jesus' Island of Dreams
by Stephen Thomas White
Approx. 145,530 words.
Published on August 24, 2011.
Jesus’ Island of Dreams is a story of the efforts to follow instructions from Jesus. Thomas, a great grandson of Apostle Thomas, does as he is told by Jesus. He is to obtain the support of the Romans. Find a specific island in the Mediterranean.
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