Brad Hopkins is a Christian, husband, father of five, minister and evangelist, pilot, soldier, writer, and musician. He has worked with churches in Sioux City, Iowa, Philadelphia, Chicago, and St. Louis. For the past five years he has worked with the church of Christ on Elm Street in St. Charles, Missouri. He serves as an officer in the Missouri Army National Guard and holds a BA in Political Science and Public Administration from Lindenwood University.
Averse 2 Square is an outlet for his varied interests and may find its way into a broad range of subjects that do not easily fit into a predefined category.
Why “Averse to Square?”
The name of the blog is borrowed from a line in Robert Frost’s poem, ‘A Brook in the City.” It reflects the idea of the underpinnings of a town – indeed, the very reason the town exists, but now the brook is driven underground and forgotten and the farmhouse, which was there first, now looks out of place. The traditions and philosophies of the past that are today being zealously driven out of the public square are actually the foundations of society. It’s high time we rediscovered them.