Published on June 14, 2017"They came down the hill killing people."
Introductions and Background
Bill and Audrey Cowley talk about their early life before entering the missions field.
The Call to Missions
The Cowleys discuss their decision to enter the missions field and the process to become missionaries.
Going to Nigeria
The Cowleys talk about their decision to go to Nigeria, and their early experiences teaching there.
The Cowleys describe the city of Jos, its environment, and the creation of their school.
The Nigerian Civil War
The Cowleys describe their time as missionaries during the Nigerian Civil War.
The Jos Baptist High School
The Cowleys describe the layout of the Jos Baptist High School, as well as the operations and curriculum that they used.
Coming to Samford
The Cowleys talk about their decision to start teaching at Samford.
Teaching MK Students
The Cowleys discuss the challenges faced by MK students at Samford. They also talk about the differing world views of MK students, and how to teach these students.
Challenges of MK Students
The Cowleys describe the services that they provided MK students to help them adapt to life at Samford.
Teaching at Samford
Bill Cowley discusses his teaching experience at Samford University, as well as the differences in worldview between the average Samford students and MK students.
Support for MK Students
The Cowleys describe the various support groups that provided support to MK students at Samford, such as various churches and scholarships.
The Cowleys relate a few interesting stories from their time at Samford.
The Religion Department
The Cowleys talk about what the Samford Religion Department was like during their time there.
The Cowleys relate some final stories from their experiences as teachers and missionaries.
|Interviewee||Bill and Audrey Cowley|
|Repository||Samford University Oral History Collection|