I can't share every detail in public for obvious privacy reasons, but I have a potential situation coming my way: a Christian relative of mine is probably going to be engaged to her boyfriend very soon, and the possibility is high that I'll be asked to officiate their wedding. While she is a Christian, he is not, and sometimes vocally anti-religious online, albeit polite in person. Obviously this is a delicate situation. In this day and age, when people decide to get married, they don't ask their ministers for permission, they inform their ministers, and if they don't get the answer they want they get angry and look elsewhere. I don't want to drive either of them away from the church, but I don't want to compromise the teaching of the church regarding holy matrimony either. What principles, guidelines, rules, or parameters have you or your ministers set concerning this sort of situation? Where do you draw the lines? I want to gather whatever advice I can before the big question hits, so I don't have to spend too much time floundering!