Assume for a minute that the family was willing to sign a legally binding contract to make sure that you knew you would actually receive the money at the end of three months. This should relieve any concern about fraud. Also assume that you could write a book about your experience afterward. I expect it would sell well too, because that would be an interesting set-up.
The scenario reminds me of 30 Days, except that three months is quite a bit longer than 30 days. Viewed through that lens, it sounds like it might be a neat experience. Then again, I assume that most readers will have grown up in Christian households and had the opportunity to know many Christian families over the course of their lives. Why would this one necessarily be more interesting, more authentically Christian, etc.?
Still, what do you think? Would you go for it or turn down the $10,000?
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