Your friendly neighborhood GetReligionistas always love story tips from readers.
I appreciated this one from Matt Carney in my home state of Oklahoma:
@bobbyross did you happen to catch Sunday's Tulsa World A-1? Had a nice profile of Billy Joe Daugherty's son taking over the family business
— matt (@OKmattcarney) July 14, 2014
I had not seen it.
The top of the story:
Paul Daugherty will turn 29 on Aug. 27, three days after he becomes the senior pastor of Victory Christian Center, one of Tulsa’s largest churches. His parents, Sharon Daugherty and the late Billy Joe Daugherty, were about the same age when they founded the church 33 years ago, and watched it quickly grow to one of Tulsa’s leading charismatic churches.
He will oversee a ministry that draws 7,600 weekly worshipers to its state-of-the-art facility at 7700 S. Lewis Ave., runs an international Bible school network of 1,542 schools in nearly 100 nations, and operates a major Christian school and the Tulsa Dream Center, an outreach to the north Tulsa community.
And he will remain in a neighborhood that has been central to his entire life.
I'll second Carney's opinion: It was a nice profile. Maybe too nice, but then we journalists tend to be contrarians.