God allowed me the extraordinary opportunity to be steward over a ministry that consisted of only a question, three little words, “Who’s That Lady?”  Who’s That Lady is more than just an attitude-its aptitude and availability.  It is more than a mantra, it’s ministry.  It’s more than a look, its a light.  That’s right a light, the inner light of the Lord that shines from the inside out.

That’s why I allege that “Who’s That Lady” is completely and totally about discovering a woman’s “inner bling.”  The inner bling is that thing that can’t help but show itself whether you have on make up or not, whether you hair is laid, or your whip is shining with a new coat of wax.  The inner bling comes from above, this is the light inside of you that prompts people to ask, “Who’s That Lady?”

One thing I try tell myself as I go throughout my day is this, each step I take (whether in Via Spiga stilettos or Walmart fuzzy slippers) should leave behind the essence of God.  You should live an imaginary trail of divine diamond dust whenever you enter or leave a room.  I believe that scripture that states that if Jesus is lifted up from the earth, He’ll draw ALL men unto Him.  You lift him by making sure that your inner light is doing what it is designed to do and to do it divinely.

So as you scroll through the devotions and inspirational readings here on the site, keep ever before you that You are, in fact, “That Lady.”  You are the lady with the inner bling, the glowing soul, the sparkling spirit.  This site is just a venue to bring the it on out of you.

I do hope you enjoy your experience on the new improved site.

God Bless You,

DiAnne Malone

Blog Administrator, Editor, and Author

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  1. Mary Etta Green
    July 2, 2010 at 5:37 pm

    Good Afternoon Mrs. DiAnne Malone,
    I am so glad I met you, and I pray that God will continue to bless you, your family, and your ministry. When I read “Who’s That Lady”, I smiled. I could not help to notice the irony in everything that relates to my life and what led up to me being here right now. All my life, people have told me that I have a beautiful spirit. As recent as 29 June 2010, I was leaving my class for the evening, and as I preceded to exit the building with another scholar; we made small talk, and as we parted, she said, from the very first time I saw you, “I saw God all over you”. Politely thanking here, we praised the Lord all the way to our cars. When I read “Who’s That Lady”, a scripture came to mind. 1 Peter 3:3-4, Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as braided hair and the wearing of gold jewelry and fine clothes. It’s amazing how God explained right up front, what beauty was not. Instead, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight. It is our “inner self” which makes us beautiful, and not what’s on the outside. The spirit of humility and brokenness is beautiful to God. Our total submission to God in reverence and a reaching spirit for God’s help. Knowing that we cannot make a step or take one breath without Him. Inner beauty cannot be covered up with makeup or augmented by surgery, but yet outward beauty can be accomplished with makeup and surgery. This inner beauty, was something I didn’t know I had until God sent countless people across my path to tell me. It is the spirit of the one true and living God, whose spirit will always come to and through that which is broken. Having diamonds and pearls are okay, but having the Spirit of God inside of your belly you will experience the power of God in your day to day life. Jesus is the light of the world, and we have light as well, and we should let our light shine. We should let Jesus shine through us. Amen.

  2. Anita Smith
    July 15, 2010 at 7:22 am

    Hello Ms DiAnne Malone

    Thank you for such beautiful and encouraging words and I enjoy taking your class. Its always a blessing to know that someone really cares about the God and puts him first in everything that they do and teaching is one that you do that with. Thanks so very much, in Jesus majestic name.


  3. January 10, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    I found this blog for the first time today and I am very impressed. Our Women’s Ministry is working to kick off a blog for our church website. Your blog would be an excellent addition as we want to draw our young women into the women’s ministry. How can we link to you?

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