This paper explores how power is understood in Latin America, what a Biblical understanding of power is, and how power could be redeemed in leadership. Power in Latin America is primarily understood as personal power, localized around and exercised by a single person or an elite group. Power is mostly exercised top down (hierarchical), and is considered a limited good. Power is also related to one’s ascribed status in society and is shared conditionally, in other words, it is brokered. Although understood in this manner, by examining power within the Christian metanarrative it can be redeemed for God’s glory and for the fulfillment of God’s intentions for his image-bearers. Power is good. Power is a gift from God. Power grows as it is shared with others. When power is distorted by sin, one sees injustice (domination, violence) and idolatry (playing god). Power is redeemed, along with the entire cosmos, by Jesus Christ. We become his co-laborers by affirming power’s creational goodness, recognizing its fallenness (i.e. naming its distortions), and participating with Christ in restoring it and being good stewards of the gift of power.