Kim is a published article writer and author of Hidden Dangers: Combating Threats to Healthy Relationships and Letters to the Heart: How to Say the Things that Matter Most to Those Who Mean the Most to You.
These books have earned high praise for their practical advice on building and strengthening the important relationships of life. Some say Beckham’s writing voice is similar to: James Dobson, Charles Swindoll, Gary Smalley, Zig Ziglar, Gordon McDonald, and Willard Harley. His writings have varied themes including religion and relationships, but he’s most passionate about providing tools for personal growth.
Discover how to recognize the hidden dangers listed below as you explore powerful strategies for preventing damage to those you love. Learn how to deepen and strengthen your connections through the exercises found in this book. Start today and acquire the skills to really make your relationships flourish!
Kim Beckham shares insights and instruction from over 35 years of experience leading and counseling people through challenging times in their relationships.
HIDDEN DANGERS EXPOSED:
• Comparing your relationship to others
• Accepting poor counsel
• Clinging to the past
• Living selfishly
I wish I had it years ago it would have helped me in so many ways. Relationships are hard no matter what. But, with the biblical aspects & wisdom that comes from this book I understand more & I can cope better with the struggles I have with my relationships. He also addresses the emotions that come with some relationships which hinders our ability to heal. It’s broken down in a way that’s easy to read. I love this book! -Pamela Cobb, Amazon Customer
In Letters to the Heart, Kim Beckham shows you how to craft letters, cards, and notes that will communicate your love, admiration, affection, and gratitude in a meaningful and lasting way. Beckham offers simple tools and plenty of inspiration for writing tender, truthful letters that will:
- Boost confidence and esteem in your young child
- Praise, encourage, and deepen your relationship with your teen
- Articulate how much you love and cherish your mate
- Express pride, delight, and joy in grown children
- Support and encourage friends and employees
One of the things that seems to happen in the busy world in which we live is that we take advantage of those closest to us. The assumption that our loved ones know we care about them and love them leads us to ignore the need to communicate our feelings to them on a regular basis. This delightful work by Kim Beckham is a wake-up call and will have a profound effect on my life and the lives of many others. -William R. Crowe, PhD, president, Tyler Junior College