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Beam was born in Rose Hill, Alabama. He and his wife Alice are the proud parents of three grown daughters and four grand-children.
He has a BA degree in Bible from Amridge University in Montgomery, Alabama. He also studied at Faulkner University. He completed his PhD in Health Science at the University of Sydney.
Beam’s expertise as a marriage and relationship expert came after his own life fell apart; he lost his family and spiraled into a life of alcohol and drugs. Though painful, he describes his eventual recovery as miraculous. He says it was “by the grace of God” that he remarried his former wife, Alice, and redeemed his life. Beam educated himself on becoming the best husband and father possible; founding what was to become one of the largest marriage ministries in America. His expertise is recognized not only by the Christian community but also by national programs such as NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, Focus On The Family and many others.
Beam is now founder and chair of Marriage Helper, researching and developing programs to help marriages in crisis. He is in high-demand as a speaker for organizations, churches and corporations to share his insights and expertise on relationships; marriage, coworkers, managers/ employees, parents/ teens, singles looking for love and other relationships. Over the years, more than 200,000 people have enrolled in his courses, seminars and workshops.
Author of numerous books, Beam’s most recent title is The Art of Falling In Love (Simon & Schuster, 2012). Beam and his wife Alice collaborated with Dr. Nick and Nancy Stinnett to author the book Fantastic Families. Other of his titles include the best-seller Seeing The Unseen, about spiritual warfare, a powerful book to strengthen marriages entitled Becoming One, a book about what Heaven will be like based on what the Bible actually says entitled, The True Heaven, and Getting Past Guilt, about the amazing grace of God,
Beam describes himself as a “learner and voracious reader.” In addition to the volumes of material he reads in his research, Beam also enjoys pleasure reading and fishing, though “I don’t get to go as often as I’d like.”
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