I'm feeling quite frustrated and upset right now. I just moved back home from school, into a house and family full of non christians. Not only that, but my fiance and I have decided to go ahead and set a date for our wedding and I need to tell my parents - aand that is going to be a battle. They know we are engaged (we have been for 8 months), and in fact they love the guy and gave him permission to ask me. The problem is, they dont like the fact taht we are so young (well into our 21st and 22nd years at the time of the wedding in a year and a half), and that my fiance has yet to find a job in his field. They think it is irresponsible and dont understand the faith aspect in it, and often critisize my fiances parents for telling us to 'just have faith and get married'. This is really hard to listen to, especially because I want their support and they dont know we have chosen to keep the date. How do I tell them? I know they are going to be very angry and dissapointed in me for not doing the 'smart' thing, and its going to be a huge fight. Any suggestions on how to tell them in a way they'll understand? Its a very upsetting issue for me, especially because I just wish I had my mother to talk to about this, when instead I feel like I constantly have to defend myself and my faith. Feeling very down. Also, is it crazy to go ahead with this date when we are not pulling in enough income right now to pay rent etc? We are very much having faith in God to provide for us, but I also want to be realistic here. I need some Christian advice. Thanks!