This issue of the Journal of Latin American Theology contains theological reflection mostly by Hispanic and Latino/a authors from North America. Alexandra Zamora provides a broad-strokes sketch of the FTL in the United States and Canada as well as modifications implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the context for several of the articles, which were presented as papers for membership into the FTL. These include Pablo R. D. Marzilli's exploration of the economic, social, political/international, and religious/spiritual challenges the church is facing in light of COVID-19; Pablo Jimenez's sensitive method for helping students and pastors prepare transformational sermons; and Nina Balmaceda and Jamie Huff's research among several Latin American service organizations that practice integral mission. The three other articles deal with themes directly related to issues faced in life and ministry in Hispanic/Latino contexts today. Regarding the deep social and political polarization in our world, Gerardo Corpeno advocates that followers of Jesus are not only reconciled with God but are also called to be reconcilers within humanity. Nina Balmaceda explores baseline criteria for how the Bible informs Christian political theology that is relevant to addressing social and political problems today. Abdiel Espinoza Gonzalez identifies key principles of decolonial mission through a case study of the IFES-related program Borderlands. Four book reviews round out this issue that we dedicate in honor of our FTL brother Victor Arroyo.