Women behind the Brand


Run from Sin is a Holy Spirit-lead evangelistic ministry that aims to inspire the world through the production of fashionable testimony-inspired Christian Apparel. Upon inception, Run From Sin's social media presence has exploded capturing the hearts of many and gaining the support of over fourteen thousand followers worldwide. Amidst the raves and attention, CEO Markisha Guillot desires to keep her passion for ministry at the forefront of her business. Guillot wishes nothing more than to share the Gospel and inspire others with her testimony. She releases each design as a testimonial piece inspired by moments in her life where the Holy Spirit has ministered to her heart in the midst of good and bad times. “I have had so many times and trials, where I've had to ‘Run from Sin’ that the enemy planned before me,” said Guillot. Those test and trials birthed her first testimonial piece “Run from Sin." Guillot's leap of faith upon starting this ministry were challenging times, where the devil and flesh tried to have her give up. Guillot has faced the lost of friends, financial hardships, and the sudden and tragic loss of her mother. Guillot is holding to Christ more than ever and hopes to keep the spirit of her mother alive by replicating her support to that of her own children and being bold in her purpose.The spirit of this ministry is evident from the inspired designs to the Jesus centered community outreach. Guillot often reflects on the days when she evangelized on street corners and is overjoyed that the Lord has blessed her with a ministry that allows her to evangelize on a broader platform. Following the Lord's call, and by being obedient, Markisha and her family were blessed with a new home in Georgia and multiple auxiliary business opportunities. Guillot continues to inspire consumers with her designs and her lifestyle. Expansion and growth is the goal for the upcoming year, as Guillot prays that her shirts and the Gospel land on stages at Fashion weeks around the world. Sharing the Gospel on a shirt one person, state, and country at a time.