Christians With Alopecia


Christians With Alopecia

Come chat about how your alopecia has affected your faith,how your faith has affected your alopecia,or just for plain old chatter.Open to questions,debates etc.But please always respect others beliefs.

Members: 374
Latest Activity: Sep 6

Hey All

Welcome to the group.
This is for Christians with alopecia or anyone else seeking a bit of friendly chatter.
Questions and debates are always welcome as long as everyone respects everyone else. Nobody is here to judge anyone else,as I'm sure we already know.

Share your experiences,ask for prayer,question why we believe what we believe.Whatever.Everybody's welcome.

Ever wanna chat or want prayer,you can get me at:

Love and Hugs to All x :]

Discussion Forum

Bible says bald women are bad???

Started by Renee. Last reply by Veronica Mar 25, 2014. 15 Replies

A Special Wardrobe

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Started by Ann Wilson. Last reply by Dj Dec 10, 2012. 19 Replies

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Comment by BarbaraK on September 6, 2015 at 7:58pm
Hello All! I have Alopecia Areata, the only thing that bothers me about it, is the stares, from children, from people! They look at me as if I am sick, sometimes even back away. Also my head is super sensitive and gets cold.
Comment by Am1104 on June 1, 2015 at 2:42am
Hi guys ❤️
Comment by Bridgid Weber on May 31, 2015 at 11:12pm

In my twenties I belonged to a church that believed women should not cut or even trim their hair.  When we left that church I cut my hair up to my shoulders and got some bangs. A year or so later was when my alopecia started.  People suggested that my alopecia was God's judgment because I had gotten my hair cut!  I struggled for a long time recently with that verse in I Corinthians which says a women's long hair is HER glory.  Until I focused on the verse that said the hair is HER glory.  Not God's glory.  My pastor preached a message recently about the blind man who Jesus ultimately healed but first the man had to endure religious people suggesting he was this way because either he had sinned or his parents had sinned.  But it wasn't anyone's fault.  Jesus told them that God had made the man this way so that HIS glory could be manifested in him.  And my pastor said some words that have changed my life.  "God made you the way you are so he could display HIS glory through you."  My pastor wasn't talking about hair loss.  I don't think he even knows about my hair loss. I always wear wigs to church.  But I wept because I felt God telling me that none of this was my fault, that He has a purpose for my alopecia, and that he loves me whether or not I have hair!  I used to pray and beg God to grow my hair back, but now I just pray for Him to use me however, wherever He wants, hair or no hair.  It's all dust.  This is all temporary.  This world is not my home and when we all get to heaven He will wipe away all the tears from eyes--no more crying about my hair or lack of it ever again. 

Comment by Ann Wilson on January 24, 2015 at 5:55pm

I agree with so many things that Lori said today.   I've had AU for almost 20 years now.   I too am thankful that it's not connected to cancer, that I'm not in pain or have any other autoimmune disorder, that I know of anyway, at this time.  I'm not sure I want my hair to grow back.   I have a lovely wig (less expensive than keeping up real hair and less work) and I think my real hair would be gray and thin at this time in my life, age 67.   I too believe I'm more sensitive to others' problems, especially physical ones, because of mine.  We don't have anything that God has not allowed, for a purpose!

Comment by Dorothy on January 24, 2015 at 5:27pm

I have often wondered if my auto immunity is the reason I don't get colds or the flu, yes suffer from allergies.  Yes, things could be worse, could be battling a life threatening disease.  In the beginning I sure had my moments where I would have preferred to have had any other disease.  Now almost 42 years later, of course I see things differently.  I am certain there is something I am to learn from this experience or help I am to give to another from my living thru this.

Comment by Lori Cummings on January 24, 2015 at 10:39am

Alopecia and I have been together 31yrs next month!! Whew!!! What a trip! Had self esteem issues for years about appearance and am still learning to take it one day at a time!! Family and friends all know and acept it and I can talk about it and not fee threatened in a group a lil strange at times but not the heart wrenching devestation that once occurred.  I love the Lord with all my heart am thankful that this is not life threatening physically in fact the high white count makes me even less susceptible to the everyday stuff others deal with gotta love God for that blessing!! Not to say I wouldn't love for my hair to grow back and walk on with that but God has used this to grow me and help me pay more attention to other people and things I prolly would have never noticed if I had a different view.  Accepting this as GOD'S divine plan for me not the bane of my existence has been key for me in this journey. Sickness and pain physically woud be harder for me.  Think of those cancer patients who lose all their hair and feel sick and prolly scared of dying all at the same time!! WOW!! How blessed we are with just a little hair loss!!! I still cringe at those folks who don't appreciate and take care of the hair they have though!! lol Jeremiah 29:11--For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." We are not forgotten in this hair loss see just being taught trust!

Comment by Chenelle on January 23, 2015 at 10:44pm

When I was in college, I would attend an alopecia support group every so often. I remember one of the ladies mentioning how lucky we are to be dealing with a disease that causes us to lose our hair rather than battling a more life-threatening autoimmune disorder. That stuck with me. I struggle with my alopecia at times, yes, but I just thank God because I know it could always be worse. 

Just keep leaning and trusting in God, no matter what.

Comment by Feedingsparrows on December 16, 2014 at 11:08pm
Wow, that's really inspiring. You seem to have the right attitude to faith and loss. Did you feel like God didn't cause your hairloss but was there to help you through it, or did you feel like He did cause it for reasons that you couldn't quite understand but which you trusted were loving and for the benefit of your soul?
Comment by Dorothy on December 16, 2014 at 10:10pm

Oh yes, I did not blame God or believed in him any less.  I felt then as I do now that God does not put grief in our path, but gives us the strength to go on, to lean on him for that strength.  

Comment by Dorothy on December 16, 2014 at 10:07pm

In the beginning it was not easy, but for me in the beginning I had a newborn to take care of, so I had to look outside myself and be a good mom.  Not that I did not shed tears, oh I shed lots of tears, but in the night in my husbands arms, never in front of my child, I felt I had to be strong for her.


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