In 2006, a million couples stood before a pastor, or a justice of the peace and committed themselves to each other in matrimony. Studies show there are two-million additional couples planning on doing the same. For the vast majority, their wedding day has been given a lot of thought and preparation. Their hope is that their wedding day would fulfill all the hopes and expectations they hold for that day. Before We Tie The Knot addresses a few of the issues that couples tend to overlook, things that may have gone unnoticed. The intention of the author is to help couples get everything out of their wedding day they had hoped for, and more. And to share just a little insight from the thirty-seven years as a pastor, conducting wedding ceremonies and some of the good and not so good decisions couples have made along the way. So get a cup of coffee, find a comfortable chair, get a note pad and sit down with a pastor that loves to talk with couples about marriage and making the most of their wedding day.