Stephan Hicks is a prime example of a man allowing God to use his scars to empower other men in overcoming their wounds. Stephan was in his 40s when he founded My Brother’s Keeper, an organization born out of his own healing.  

It started with just six guys, then multiplied.

“Little did I know inviting six guys into my home would turn into a non-profit organization.” 

My Brother’s Keeper is a group dedicated to mentoring men from 18 years old to well into their 60s. They help men handle problems across the board, such as education, employment, finances, and trauma, many resulting from a lack of fathers in the home. It is a safe place for men to talk about what they deal with, learn about their needs, and attain resources and counselors. 

When Stephan was introduced to Mike Young and Noble Warriors, he went through The Quest for Authentic Manhood with those first six guys. In Episode 76 of The Noble Man Podcast, hear how God has multiplied their ministry with men across the city. He continues to provide unique ways for them to meet men where they are and show Christ’s faithfulness by living out the Gospel with them daily. 

“Satan demanded to have you, that he might sift you like wheat, but I have prayed for you that your faith may not fail. And when you have turned again, strengthen your brothers.” Luke 22:31-32 

Resources: 

My Brother’s Keeper of Greater Richmond 

Quest for Authentic Manhood 

24/7 Dad® Program Info Sheet (fatherhood.org) 

Safe Harbor

MENTOR Virginia 

Suits for Success 

My Brother’s Keeper of Greater Richmond on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter 

Phone: (804)422-4060 

Email: mbkgrva@gmail.com