The views expressed in these publications are those of the authors and may not entirely reflect the views of the university.

Coy D. Roper

  • That All May Go Well: Why Christians Prosper, Why They Don’t, and Why It Doesn’t Matter by Coy D. Roper


Robert Darby

The following books are written by an alumnus but are not for sale directly by HCU. These can be purchased on Amazon or directly from Robert Darby.

A Reason To Rejoice Delighting God Outside My Window

A Reason to Rejoice” –  This book is filled with Biblical insights for the child of God. It will encourage, inform and enlighten you on the importance and the possibility of being filled with joy every day of your life. To rejoice is to look to Him from whence all blessings flow. It is to allow the presence of God into our heart, that His presence in you may cause you to rejoice.

Delighting God” –  A child of faith will find delight in worship and working for God. That delight comes from a relationship with God’s word that places us in His will, and allows us to walk in His way. A child of faith will also seek to be pleasing in the sight of God. Children of faith seek to delight their God. This book is filled with Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual songs to encourage our faith. It adds ideas to enlighten and entertain us as we seek to delight God.

Outside My Window” – This is a selection of spiritual poems and songs written by the author. They are filled with positive thoughts to transform and transfer the saint into love and good works through Christ Jesus our Lord.

Dr. Justin Imel, Sr.

The following books are written by an alumnus but are not for sale directly by HCU. These can be purchased on Amazon.

On Momma's Knee Messages from the Manger Selected Sermons Volume 1 Accompanied by the Instruments of David Thinking About John

On Momma’s Knee: Lessons in Honor of Momma” – God commanded his people to honor their mothers in the Old Law. Jesus honored his parents, and he taught us to do the same. On Momma’s Knee by Dr. Justin Imel, Sr. explores the biblical view of motherhood and urges us all to honor our mothers.

Messages from the Manger: Lessons for Christmas” – The miracle of Advent – the Incarnation of the Son of God – calls for awe all year long. Whether the Son’s leaving glory for a sinful world or the Slaughter of the Innocents or the flight to Egypt or Jesus’ presentation at the Temple, God’s work for man’s redemption can be clearly seen in the events around the birth of His Son. In Messages from the Manger, Dr. Justin Imel, Sr., presents a series of lessons exploring the wonder of God’s redemptive act in Bethlehem.

Selected Sermons: Volume 1 (Practical & Preachable Sermons)” – As a preacher, you know that Sunday comes every week. As soon as you finish preaching one sermon, you need to begin preparing for the next. What if you had a resource — not to remove your own study for laziness — to help you prepare for Sunday? The sermons presented here are practical and preachable. They aim to stir your thoughts and help your study as you stand before God’s people to present divine truth. The lessons are presented in manuscript form to make them readable as well as practical. The lessons presented here are not only perfect for the preacher preparing his heart and mind for Sunday, but they are very suitable for personal devotion. May these lessons take you closer to God as you seek to honor him!

Accompanied by the Instruments of David: Examining Excuses for Instrumental Music in Worship” – Dr. Justin Imel, Sr., comes from a family where instrumental music was considered acceptable; therefore, he has heard nearly every argument under the sun to justify its use in worship. In this work, Dr. Imel examines arguments in favor of instrumental music and finds them wanting. Accompanied by the Instruments of David lays out a forceful argument for a cappella singing in worship.

Thinking about John: A Study Guide to the Gospel of John (Thinking about the Bible) (Volume 1)” – This study guide helps the student delve into the Gospel of John and build a firm faith, a firm faith John envisioned when he wrote his Gospel.