Chenoa Stock is the daughter of Presbyterian co-pastors who she credits for giving her a lot of exposure to global missions throughout her childhood. She made her first mission trip abroad to Lesotho Africa with Habitat for Humanity while she was in college and it opened her eyes more deeply to the opportunities to serve in different cultures around the world. Today, Chenoa has been a mission co-worker in Peru since 2019, and she serves as delegations and partnership coordinator for the accompaniment program, PERUSA, with the Evangelical Church of Peru and the Joining Hands Peru Network. She serves with her husband, Jose, and their three-year old son, Leandro. The trio builds both physical and emotional community with FPC partners, helping affirm the people they support and assuring them they aren’t alone in their advocacy efforts for basic human rights. Chenoa previously accompanied the Bolivian Joining Hands Network, UMAVIDA (Joining Hands for Life), for eight years in Bolivia, advocating for water and environmental rights. Prior to that, Chenoa served in Sri Lanka, serving with the Joining Hands Network there, Praja Abhilasha (“People’s Aspirations”), for land rights, after completing service as a Young Adult Volunteer in Kerala, India, where she taught English in a primary school.