Family Savvy Welcomes Marriage Expert Joe Beam


Screen Shot 2013-06-20 at 10.34.44 PMMy goal through Family Savvy is to find and share valuable resources. In the realm of love and marriage, Joe Beam is second to none. I am thrilled to announce that Joe has agreed to serve as  the “marriage expert” for Family Savvy. Each week, Joe will share insights and helpful information about marriage as well as address questions submitted by Family Savvy readers.

 Joe’s life story is both fascinating and inspiring, and he and his wonderful wife Alice are living proof that divorce doesn’t have to be final. Their journey through divorce, reconciliation and remarriage is a remarkable one that has uniquely equipped Joe to minister to couples in crisis. 

Years ago, my husband and I attended one of Joe’s weekend marriage intensives, and it was an experience that changed us forever. It was a turning point in our marriage that equipped us with the tools needed to restore our marriage and walk in oneness as a couple.  When we are asked to help any couple whose marriage is at a breaking point, we always point them to Joe Beam.

Joe served as a minister for 15 years before moving into corporate leadership training. To fulfill his life’s mission to save as many marriages as possible, he founded Family Dynamics Institute in 1994 and Beam Research Center in 2012.

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Joe has been featured on myriad media outlets, including the following:

  • ABC’s Good Morning America
  • Focus on The Family
  • The Montel Williams Show
  • NBC’s Today Show
  • The Dave Ramsey Show
  • The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet

Joe has also authored several books:

  • The Art of Falling in Love
  • Seeing the Unseen
  • Getting Past Guilt
  • Becoming One: Emotionally, Spiritually, and Sexually
  • The True Heaven

If you have a question for Joe, email to me at All information will remain confidential. Names and identifying information will not appear in Family Savvy, only questions and answers. Although marital issues require more than can be addressed in the scope of a Q & A column, Joe’s advice can be an excellent starting point for those in search of hope and help. So, send questions my way and look for answers in upcoming issues of Family Savvy.


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