Word of the Week - Fernweh

by Emily Betzler August 25, 2014

                            The human heart longs for adventure. This week's word of the week describes just that.

Fernweh: (n) an ache for distant places; the craving for travel Synonym - wanderlust  

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To roam the earth and see the beauty in creation is to know the Lord's sovereignty more intimately than ever before. God has intricately designed the world, not only for his enjoyment, but for our amazement.

So, next time you get a fernweh, embrace it and enjoy what the Creator has created!

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Challenge:

Use fernweh with the hashtag #wordoftheweek on Facebook and Instagram this week.

We will repost our favorite!





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