João B. Chaves, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Evangelism and Mission at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and Associate Director for Programming at the Hispanic Theological Initiative, housed at Princeton Theological Seminary. João is the author of several peer-reviewed articles and four books, including Migrational Religion: Context and Creativity in the Latinx Diaspora (Baylor University Press, 2021) and The Global Mission of the Jim Crow South (Mercer University Press, 2022). He currently serves as chair of the Latinx Religions session of AAR-SW and co-editor of the Perspectives on Baptist Identities Series—published by Mercer University Press. His next book, co-authored with Mikeal Parsons, is tentatively titled Remember Antônia Teixeira: Missions, Memory, and Violence Across Borders (Eerdmans, forthcoming 2023). You can follow João on Twitter at @JoaoB_Chaves .