Over the years, I’ve always been pleased when I’ve run across a resource that I could also find in Spanish, so that I could pass it on to my family. Resources offered in both languages would facilitate rich conversations at my dinner table. Along with my grandparents, we’d parse out the cultural assumptions made on both sides and discuss what the theological ideas meant for us as we pastored Latinas and Latinos—fellow sojourners caught in the middle of two cultures, languages, and worldviews. The Latina church—both immigrant following generations—has much to teach and offer the larger church in the United States. We are a church facing unique challenges as it considers how it can disciple the next generation of Jesus-followers.