It it me of doesn't this asshole look just like a black Ronnie???? MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Less than a week after a pastor was ousted amid heated controversy after he admitted that he had sex with female church members while knowing that he had AIDS, he led Sunday services at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church. A fervent congregation of around 50, taking up a fraction of the pews, sang loudly and encouraged Pastor Juan McFarland throughout his sermon. Though the choir loft behind him was empty, the pastor appeared to be full of the spirit. On Wednesday, retired Shiloh deacon Nathan Williams Jr. said McFarland had admitted in a September church service that he was HIV positive. He followed that, said Williams, with more stunning confessions, including that he was diagnosed with AIDS in 2008, had sexual interactions with church members, took illegal drugs and misused church funds. After the debacle, church leaders voted 80-2 to oust McFarland from the church. The news made national headlines and network news broadcasts.