- Glo Africa
This is a big shock Of all the men she would have love to sleep with, she decided to pick the man of God. She got what she deserve. A lady from Nkrankwanta has found herself disgraced by a pastor when she called and told him that the holy spirit has instructed her to come and sleep with him. Sources close to the pastor revealed that the pastor who is the head pastor of the Temple of Praise Church found the approach strange and decided to expose this lady so he told her to come. As the girl arrived in the pastor’s room, the pastor had already alerted some people about what the lady was about to do. The pastor told her to wait for him in the room and he went out to call people to come and see what was going on. By the time they got to the room, the lady had already undressed waiting for the pastor. The pastor then dragged the lady out and people started taking photos of the undressed lady with their phones.
- Glo Africa
An Alabama pastor has been canned after he shocked his flock by reportedly confessing from the pulpit that he has AIDS, had slept with church members, used drugs and misused funds.
Rev. Juan Demetrius McFarland of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery confirmed to NBC affiliate WSFA that he made the admissions in a series of sermons that began in September.
Deacon Nathan Williams said McFarland was removed as leader on Oct. 5.
"He concealed from the church that he had knowingly engaged in adultery in the church building with female members of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church while knowingly having AIDS," Williams said.
McFarland, who has been pastor for 21 years, could not be reached for comment on Thursday.
Montgomery Police Sgt. Denise Barnes said he is not under investigation because no one has made a complaint against McFarland. She said that in Alabama, spreading a sexually transmitted disease is a low-level misdemeanor.
The church has hired a lawyer.
"Our moves are going to come directly from counsel. We want peace and we want to do things right, legally," the deacon told WSFA. "We are not looking to hurt him. We are looking to get the church back."