Christine Mager Wevik is a 55-year-old part-time farm wife, full-time writer, and aspiring Christian (“because as you know, Christians aren’t perfect, just forgiven.”). She and her husband of 27 years, Douglas, have four children, Valerie, Ashley, Kara, and Dan, and two grandchildren, Claire and Nathan. They live on a farm south of Beresford, South Dakota, where they raise corn, soybeans, and livestock.

Chris is an avid gardener and decorator. She is also involved in several community, school, and church activities and shares children’s sermon duties with her pastor at her church, Roseni Lutheran in rural Beresford, for the past 10 years. In her spare time, Chris likes to nap, read Dean Koontz novels, and procrastinate. 

Christine Mager Wevik is one of more than four million people in the United States who have lost their hair due to alopecia, a common but little-understood condition that causes hair follicles to become inactive. Her goal in writing is to help others cope with both the physical and emotional effects of hair loss. Read more...

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