Articles by Robert W. Olson
ELLEN WHITE had many secretaries and helpers during her lifetime. Probably none of them was more highly appreciated than Marian Davis, who worked for her for twenty-five years, from 1879 to 1904. Miss Davis' special role was the organizing of Mrs. White's writings into books. . .
Did the 1888 session yield good for the church or bad? How can we benefit from Ellen White's reaction and counsel?
MINISTRY Editor J. R. Spangler interviews Robert W. Olson, secretary, and Ron Graybill, assistant secretary, of the White Estate.
The former secretary of the White Estate discusses every known instance in which Ellen, James, or W. C. White denied using sources.
How can I make true health reform so attractive that I may help influence the members of my church to adopt it?
Robert W. Olson reflects on the Veltman study of The Desire of Ages and, more broadly, on our understanding and use of Ellen White's writings in general.
The average Seventh-day Adventist congregation looks to its physicians not only for medical assistance but also for spiritual leadership.