My Daly Outreach Ministries

My Daly Outreach Ministries

Sunday, August 26, 2012

The 2nd Annual Caregivers' Conference 2012 "Called to Care" was awesome!  We had over 60 caregivers in attendance and everyone had a great time in the Lord.  The speakers and singers were all wonderful.  The food and fellowship times were equally as special.  We are so happy that this day was such a great time for everyone involved.  I especially thank the Lord for all those who gave of their time Friday and Saturday to make this event so very special.  I am continuing to praise the LORD for what took place on August 25th!

Friday, August 24, 2012

We had such a wonderful time last night with the Lord and Kari Jobe!  I thought that I was going to see her but I ended up spending two hours in worship with the Lord!  How cool is that?  This girl is about getting people in the presence of the Lord and because of this, God is blessing her career in music.  Isn't that amazing?  You see, no matter what we love to do, if we do it for HIM, we will be successful automatically.  She is an awesome example of this.  She had been sick in the bed for four days before she sang last night but all she did was praise HIM.  Click on the link above and listen to a song I love that reminds us that "HE is for us always!". 

Friday, August 17, 2012

I want to ask each one of you to invite every caregiver you know to attend our 2nd Annual Caregivers' Conference 2012 "Called to Care" which will take place on Saturday, August 25th from 8:30 am until 3:00 pm at The First Pentecostal Holiness Church of Goldsboro, NC.  This event is FREE and includes lunch for all participants.  Whether you are a past, present or future caregiver you need to come.  We also invite all professional caregivers to come for they need spiritual encouragement, too!  For more detailed information, please visit our ministry and also register at

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Last night I had the privilage of hearing Beth Stephens, an annointed woman of God, at Mt. Olive P.H. Church in Mt. Olive, NC.  As always, the Lord spoke to me through her!  Her message was about running to Jesus, falling at His feet and begging Him to come to our house just like the wealthly ruler did in Luke 8 verse 41 when his daughter was dying.  I had never looked at this story the way Beth presented it last night.  This man risked it all in order to go to Jesus for help.  Are we willing to do that?  Are you willing to risk your reputation and pride to run to Jesus, fall at His feet and beg Him to come to your house? 

Monday, August 6, 2012

Spiritual Attacks

Today was a great day where I felt the Lord's presence in many ways!  It began on my way to work as I heard great songs of praise to the Lord.  Then I saw my "Driveway Missionary" lady who was holding up her scripture sign and even waved at me this morning!  The day went great.  My meeting with my administrator was awesome.  Then after school the attacks began to come.

The enemy knew that God was doing powerful things in my day and in my life so it was time for him to try and stop it all and take away my joy.  For a short time, he brought fear and doubt into my mind and heart.  BUT, I then got on my knees in the middle of my living room floor and began to cry out to my Savior for help and for answers to my prayers.  It was exhausting but so powerful and so refreshing.  When is the last time you cried out to the Lord?

Thursday, August 2, 2012

I spent the morning in an oncology waiting room while waiting for my mom to have her six month checkup from breast cancer.  I sat and watched person after person come into the waiting room who either had cancer or was the caregiver to someone with cancer.  There were young and old waiting in this one room.  None of them knew one another but they all shared a connection.  The waiting room can be a lonely place but I have always chosen to connect with people if possible.  We met a sweet lady who was waiting for her mother who is being treated for colon cancer.  She took time to show Taylor a sewing technique and I was able to share our ministry with her.  How do you feel about waiting rooms?