Free Beer! Where?

Alright, you most likely got excited when you saw the title of this post. Yes, FREE BEER! The next logical question is, “Where?”

I have to confess that the following audio segment from the most recent Great Exchange Episode does not reveal to you or I where the free beer is located. However, the following short audio clip does reveal to you and I where God’s free forgiveness is located. My friend, if you like free beer, you are definitely going to appreciate hearing about God’s free gift of forgiveness. Furthermore, the good news is that God’s Word shows us precisely where we can find His free grace. Enjoy the listen:



About Pastor Matt Richard

Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard is the pastor at Zion Lutheran Church of Gwinner, ND. He was previously a Senior Pastor in Sidney, Montana, an Associate Pastor of Spiritual Care and Youth Ministries in Williston, North Dakota, and an Associate Pastor of Children and Youth in Rancho Cucamonga, California. He received his undergraduate degree from Minot State University, ND and his M.Div. from Lutheran Brethren Seminary, MN. His doctor of ministry thesis, from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO, was on exploring the journey of American Evangelicals into Confessional Lutheran thought. Pastor Richard is married to Serenity and they have two children. He enjoys fishing, pheasant hunting, watching movies, blogging, golfing, spending time with his family and a good book with a warm latte! To check out more articles by Pastor Matt you can visit his personal blog at:


Free Beer! Where? — 3 Comments

  1. I will be brewing ten gallons for our parish Reformation Day festival, and it’s free. If you’re in Tacoma, swing on by… 😉

  2. Dude…a bait and switch? Really? At least Brad #1 gets it! Makes me wish I was going to be in Tacoma at the end of October now…:-)

  3. Hmmm… I wonder, what if we put this on our church sign?
    We really need to do a Reformation Day festival. Complete with home brews.

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