Woman sits along highway, holds 'I'll pray with you' sign

Image 1 of 4

A woman from Atlanta has gained a lot of attention for holding a sign that reads "I'll pray with you" along a highway in Tennessee. 

According to WTVC, Aneitra Kincy moved to Chattanooga and left what she called a "rough life" in Atlanta. She wanted to start over.

"I got rid of my cell phone and tablet and the people in my life and emptied my life out for Christ and homelessness and that's what I'm doing now," Kincy told WTVC. 

Kincy is often seen sitting on the side of Lee Highway near Highway 153, hoping her sign will catch someone's eye. One side of the sign says "For God so loved the world" and the other side says "I'll pray with you." 

"If they want to get prayer for personal stuff and certain things I ask if they feel like talking about it," Kincy said. "Some do and some don't." 

WTVC was there as one driver stopped and brought the kindhearted woman some food and water. Kincy told her she'd pray for her.

"It's people like you that are going to make the world a better place," the woman said to Kincy. 

Kincy said leaving her life in Atlanta was the hardest thing she's ever done, but at the same time, it was the easiest. 

"I had to show Him a personal way that I understood the life change that He was expecting me to make," she said. 

Kincy said drivers sometimes offer her money, but all she needs is food or water to survive. 

Video courtesy of WTVC