Born with a disorder called polycystic kidney disease, the same disease that claimed his older siblings as infants, 13-year-old Kincaid Eaker desperately needs a kidney to survive. Yet another tragic circumstance for a young boy that has already endured so much.
3 years ago, Kincaid’s mother, Audra—who was going to donate her kidney to him—was violently shot and killed by her husband leaving him without a mother and without a lifesaving kidney.
With kidney function declining over the last few weeks and currently at only 14 percent, Kincaid needs a miracle as time is running out. Join us in praying and spreading the word for a viable donor to come forward.
Kincaid, who lives with his grandparents in Tennessee, needs a qualifying donor with either type A or O blood type, between the ages of 18 and 50.
“I tell you, God is good. He always makes a way when there is no way,” says Elaine Touton, Kincaid’s grandmother. “God says He’s going to make beauty from ashes, and He already has. I know the Lord is going to take care of everything. I just know he will.”