Tomorrow night I have an appointment to do pre-marital counseling with a couple of unbelievers. They are nominally Catholic, but aren't very religious. Recently they attended our church (at the invitation of a friend) and heard a sermon on marriage from Proverbs. It freaked them out. Now they want counseling in advance of their rapidly approaching wedding. So, my question: any thoughts on how to proceed? This is my first time in this situation. Being bold about the gospel isn't a problem. That's clearly the end game here. But I don't want to "bait and switch" them. They asked for relationship counseling, and so that's where we'll start. I imagine that that will open a lot of doors into their idolatries and false worship that can be turned to the gospel. But with that said, have any of you guys been in this specific situation? Any resources you'd recommend? Any particular approach you'd take?