• sophia animated womanThe Sophia Network exists to empower and equip women in leadership, and to champion the full equality of women and men in the church.

    The network is for all women who are in positions of leadership, who aspire to be leaders or who believe that women can be leaders.

    Registered charity: 1128538
Monthly e-news sign up

Become a Fan

Powered by Rollyo

« Review: Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine (Icon Books Ltd, 2010) | Main | Interview with Joanna Jepson, chaplain to the London College of Fashion »

May 01, 2011



This was very interesting to read Amanda think I would find the bugs the worst to cope with. We are very lucky in the uk and without my faith I would not be were I am today may god bless you and the people of peru.

Anita Darashah-Borman

Hi Neil and Amanda - Great to have some up to date news. I hadn't realised that you guys had moved to Peru - a big change to living in Enfield. Amanda, you write a great article. Thanks so much for sharing your life with us all. Love Anita DB

Dannijella Dragas

Wonderful story a beautiful place in the world with a wonderful history. The blankets and cottons are wonderful as are all the paintings and folk law art.

Great scenery, food and super friendly people.

Dannijella Dragas

The comments to this entry are closed.