DBU REPORT 24 Our ultimate prayer is that these trips will prompt students to carefully consider how the Lord is working in their lives to help them become incarnational servant leaders, leaders who emulate Christ and boldly advance the kingdom of God. Dr. Mary Nelson, Director of the Ph.D. in Leadership Studies Program GERMANY For the last two weeks of May, eight Dallas Baptist University students and three staff members traveled to Germany to connect with a local church and its ministry to refugees. They also had the opportunity to learn from the rich history represented throughout the country as they celebrated the end of the academic year. During the first week of their trip, the group stayed in Schorndorf, a small town near Stuttgart, where the students were immersed in German culture through the local church body. After their time in Schorndorf, the group spent the second week focusing on the life and legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the impact of World War II. Together, they visited the Nazi Rally Grounds and Courtroom 600 in Nuremberg, Flossenburg Concentration Camp, Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s home in Berlin, the Berlin Wall, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin, and Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.