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: 397
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2017

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

Can God heal Alopecia?!

Started by amy vasconcelos. Last reply by Mike Nov 23, 2016. 16 Replies

Bible says bald women are bad???

Started by Renee. Last reply by Richard Alan Nov 29, 2015. 16 Replies

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Comment by LA on November 22, 2017 at 11:45am
Hey everyone. I am new to this website, my husband actually found this page for me. I don’t normally open up about my alopecia, but it has been really weighing me down lately. I only have about 30% of my hair left, and it seems to be stuck like this. I wear hats, a hair topper, or giant head bands. Some days, actually most days, I wonder why God won’t just heal me. I know His plans are greater than my own, but it can be so hard not to wonder why this is happening. I often find myself obsessively thinking about my hair loss, but I don’t want to live like this any longer. I feel as though my hair loss dictates my life, which is obviously a problem. Has anyone else been through something similar; if so, how did you deal with it? I would love to chat with someone about this. My family and friends are supportive, but, at the end of the day, they never quite understand what it’s like. Thanks everyone :)
Comment by CurlyK on July 27, 2017 at 9:47pm
Sara, don't ever doubt that you are beautiful and valued by our Heavenly Father. I have frontal fibrosing alopecia and decided last summer to get a hair piece. It was the right decision for me. I think you are wonderfully brave and honest in your decision and you never know who God will bring in your path who needs to know your story because they have a hurting heart and need hope. I've had opportunities to encourage and pray for other women I've met since I've been open about my alopecia. God bless you Sara!
Comment by Larry Barbee on July 27, 2017 at 9:24pm

Hi Sara, and welcome to Alopecia world. I think you've answered your own question. To wig or not wig is an individual person's choice, and I think you've made your choice. Doing what you think is right isn't always easy or popular. You're a young woman at a difficult time of your life - high school! - and I think you haven't chosen wrong, you just need some reassurance that living your life as an openly bald woman was a valid one. I think you have an opportunity to experience God's love in ways you never imagined and can share that experience with others. I'll be praying for you.

God bless,


Comment by Sara on July 27, 2017 at 8:21pm
Hello! I'm
New to Alopecia World, and I've had alopecia universalis for I think around 6 years. Just recently, I noticed how the Bible depicts bald women, and it is kind of getting to me. I know that God still loves me and he judges the heart, not the body. The thing is, I stopped wearing wigs this year, because I feel that it is not me. I'm going into highschool this year and it's going to be difficult to explain (unnecessary detail). Is it necessary to wear a wig? Because (no offense to you, I believe it's your choice about this) I think that wearing wigs is more of a lie and it can get you into more trouble than it is worth. God made me this way, and if he wants me to have hair, he can give me hair. But I think the that people who do not grow hair for reasons God gave them, they are not shameful. No, I did not shave my hair, it fell out. Not by choice, so I think that's proof that God made me this way, and if he wants to change me, than so be it.
Comment by Jeff on April 8, 2017 at 7:31pm

Hey there, I'm new to Alopecia World, but have been dealing with AA for 2 years now. It's been an incredibly humbling experience, as I've struggled to live with it and still find the courage to do my job. 

I've been a Christian for 40 years, have served as a youth and worship pastor and am currently serving the Lord as a missionary (10 years now).

I've found that the AA has taught me to be grateful for what I do have and to be mindful of the needs of others. I serve as the Spiritual Director for a ministry that cares for over 5,000 orphans and destitute children in 5 countries world-wide. The AA has taken its toll on my courage to speak in public, but recently I've been empowered to just do it and worry less about what the world thinks.

To those on this site struggling with AA or AT or AU, I'm praying for you and for those who find themselves struggling with this burden. God loves you and has a purpose for your life. No matter what circumstance, He is who He says He is and He will do what He promises He will do. He is faithful.

God bless you today.  

Comment by Chenelle on January 27, 2017 at 11:23am

CurlyK, you must have a great sense of humor. I read what you posted and laughed. God certainly has an easier time keeping track of the hairs on my head too!

Comment by Larry Barbee on December 3, 2016 at 12:38am

Welcome to the group.

Comment by sallylwess on December 2, 2016 at 8:16pm

I didn't know this site was here.  I also am a Christian diagnosed with LPP/FFA.  I am 71 years old.  God has taken me on quite a journey of faith over the last six years of my life.  It is good to have others with us on that journey.  


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