August 25 The Church of Jesus Christ Forever is incorporated under the State of Illinois.
September 1 Dr. Srichai gives the Webster Street property to Rose after hearing God's audible voice in his car. Read Story
September 27 Rose performs marriage of her daughter and new son-in-law.
December Rose and Al deed the south half of the Island to the Church for a Church camp.
May 3 The building of the Church on Webster St. is completed, and the Church is officially opened with a wedding.
June 21 The Church begins fellowshipping with a Church in Ft. Atkinson, WI.
Fall The controversy begins. A youth from Scotland is left in Rose's charge. He gets involved in drugs. Police are called. A rival pastor is told false stories by this youth. Newspaper article is printed. The Church is branded as a cult.
November 15 Kale is ordained in a ceremony at Ft. Atkinson.
November 22 Joe Rinaldo demonstrates the raising of the dead, and the joining of the ages that the ministry of Moses and Elijah could go forth.
December 4 Rose and Kale are seen as Royalty in a series of visions on Rose's 73rd birthday. Red, pink, green, gold, and purple colors; and stones on the mount.
January 9 The Church fellowships with an African-American Church. Great love is shared.
February 1 Members open a business in downtown Oregon. It is a place of ministry.
April 9 The Church fellowships with another church in Loves Park, IL.
April 24 Five Churches fellowship together at a church in Rockford. The organizing minister presents a false teaching on prosperity; Rose rejects it.
June 8 Roselani Aluli is raised from the dead by a light coming out of Rose's face, thus fulfilling the prophecy from November 22, 1981. Thirteen members witness this significant, supernatural event. Read Story
August 20-21 The Church travels to Ft. Atkinson to listen to a notable evangelist. Local pastor is corrected for his deceptive ways.
September 11 Rose performs a Church wedding for two members who are called of God.
December 4 God speaks to Kale to celebrate Rose's 74th birthday with a surprise party.
February 11 The Church attends a rodeo at the Metro Centre.Dwight Miller proposes to Ruth Evans.
February 27 Rose performs Church wedding. Dwight Miller and Ruth Evans are married.
March - June During this time, other Church weddings take place.
June 11 Rose presides at a special joining: the marriage of Laurie Barton to Rick Ryland.
July 1 Rose, Kale and the two Elders of the Church go on a missionary tour to the Far East. On the return layover, in Hawaii, Rose meets Kale's family. Rose experiences a great love for the many cultures and speaks that Hawaii will be the second headquarters for the Church.
September The building of Rose's apartment and Church bunkhouse at the Island begins. The Church builds a dining hall called the Upper Room. During the construction, Rose has to challenge ComEd over easement rights. WGN of Chicago airs the story. Rose wins.
February The Church begins to remodel a large, local restaurant, called Maxson Manor.
Spring Rose discusses the purchase and co-ownership of Maxson Manor. Church adults agree. The Lord speaks to Rose: "I have need of this building."
Summer The bunkhouse on the island, for the families, is completed.
October Rose and Church members purchase Maxson Manor. Rose puts up seed money, while members agree to work for the benefit of all.
November 1 Maxson Manor opens. Under Rose's leadership and guiding, the restaurant will flourish. She appoints Rick Ryland as one-in-charge; and she starts the remodeling. Result: fine dining for 450.
January Maxson Manor introduces Big Band sound and dancing.
March 1 Former Church member begins campaign of lies.
April 26 Controversy continues. Newspaper prints article questioning Rose's leadership and business role. This article is the result of the whorish actions of a former member of the Church. Maxson Manor suffers a 50% loss in customer revenue, but Rose encourages all members to go on.
December Same former member contacts the Illinois Department of Labor. She alleges "unfair labor practice" for wages. A general agreement letter, signed by all the members actively working at the Manor, is sent to the Illinois Department of Labor to dispute the false accusation.
July 11 Rose's oldest son, Bill Mallette, returns to Oregon to marry Joyce Thompson, Rose's best friend.
September Construction of The Duplex on Maxson Manor property begins. Because of threats to her life, Rose agrees to living there.
January The Church agrees to build a 149-passenger riverboat for dining. Construction begins in Palatka, FL.
March 8 A document of General Ownership of restaurant properties is signed by all. Nominal ownership by the two Elders is agreed to.
July Rose and Kale accompany the riverboat up the various waterways to Illinois.
August 30 Rose wins battle with the Illinois Department of Transportation. The largest land move of its kind in the history of Illinois brings the riverboat to Oregon, IL from Ottawa, IL.
August 31 The Duplex is completed for Rose and she moves in.
September 9 The riverboat, christened "Rose of Rock River," takes its maiden voyage with a wedding.
October 16 Common Purpose Agreement of ownership of Maxson Manor is signed at Church. This document certifies to the "agreed ownership" of the restaurant, the riverboat, and the adjoining properties.
January 6 Ownership of Rose's half of the Duplex is agreed to, but held in Elders' names.
August Rose and Kale begin building their new house.
November Outstanding loan on Maxson Manor, Rose of Rock River and related properties is $410,000.
December 20 Kale's relationship to Rose is challenged. Kale's eye is permanently injured.
January 30 Rose and Kale discuss ownership of the Duplex with local bank.
February 10 Rose and Church members sign document authorizing her as titled owner, removing nominal ownership by two Former Elders.
February 11 Realizing that the two Former Elders could steal all of the Maxson Manor profits, Rose withdraws $100,000 for safekeeping.
March 6 Kale's eye surgery totals $6,000. The Church pays.
March 22 Rose lays her life down for her husband and her Church. View Prophecies
March 23 The Church views Rose's body before the casket is sealed.
March 24 The funeral house is packed for the final service.
March 25 Rose's body is flown to her birthplace in North Dakota.
March 26 The Church travels in a caravan to North Dakota to bury Rose.
March 27 Rose is placed next to her father's gravesite. Church offers last farewell. The two Former Elders holding nominal ownership to restaurant and riverboat hire an attorney; also steal valuables from Rose and Kale's residence.
March 30 Nominal owners demand $250,000 cash payment to switch ownership. The Church refuses. Crooked daughter is appointed Executrix of Rose's Estate. Executrix is an Ordained minister and one of the two Former Elders in the Church. Kale files as Renouncing Spouse. Legal battle begins.
March 31 Opposing attorney enters Rose's will in Probate case.
April Second meeting to settle with nominal owners. No settlement. Court battle begins.
April 3 By Church lawyer's request, Church members commence "Project Rip-off / Project Clean-up," which document ownership/settlement requests.
April 29 Church representatives attempt to settle with Former Elders / nominal owners.
May 1 The two Former Elders illegally wire-tap duplex and restaurant phone lines.
May 6 Lockbox containing the Church tithes is delivered to the two Former Elders' attorney's office.
May 11 Judge rules that because of nominal title ownership of Duplex held in Former Elders' names, Kale must vacate his residence.
May 14 The two Former Elders threaten to close Maxson Manor.
May 25 By legal agreement, Kale leaves Duplex and lives in Church. A video of Duplex contents is made.
June 9 The Church membership splits in half: 33 remain faithful. View Prophecies
June 26 In an attempt to force settlement by Former Elders' terms, attorney for the two Former Elders initiates threatening phone calls to Maxson Manor manager, Rick Ryland.
July 1 Due to personal problems, first Church attorney withdraws as Counsel. Second Church attorney hired.
July 6 Church elects new officers. By unanimous vote, Kale is the new Pastor and President.
July 14 Former Elders close Maxson Manor.
August 28 Maxson Manor and Rose of Rock River are sold by two Former Elders to third party for the mortgage price only: $381,000.
September 11 Court order issued to appoint Special Administrator to examine Former Elders' financial transactions.
October 30 Elder claims tithe money. Church counterclaims.
November 17 Accountant hired by Church to examine all financial transactions.
November 26 Of those remaining, the differences are healed; and the faithful of the Church united in commitment and love: God's truth about Rose prevails.
December 14 In separate court case, the two Former Elders are found guilty of not paying business debts owed to a third party. Court orders repayment.
December 22 Former Elder's daughter occupies Rose and Kale's half of Duplex. Does not reimburse Rose's estate.
January Church Accountant submits an affidavit that the two Former Elders owe the Estate $515,000.
January 26 Church Attorney requests removal of Executrix. (1st Motion)
February Special Administrator to collect the two Former Elders' debt is appointed.
March 27 Maxson Manor burns to the ground. Unknown cause. Exactly one year from Rose's burial date.
July 22 Items of Rose recovered. Misappropriation by Executrix.
November 9 Special Administrator determines the amount Former Elders owe is $506,000.
January 1 Newly Ordained with the IAOGI: Rev. Jacqueline S. Jacobs and Rev. Joseph A. Rinaldo.
February Attorney for the two Former Elders responds with $157,000 owed. Cites Statute of Limitations. Special Administrator requests Court to declare such a use as invalid.
February 11 Special Administrator requests Former Elder - Executrix to produce records.
March 13 Special Administrator views the CNN broadcast showing the two Former Elders purchasing a $760,000 yacht. He requests a Surety Bond of $500,000. Attorney for Church files a Second Amended Motion to Remove the Executrix and that she not be allowed to use the Dead-man's Act.
May Kale meets with new law firm for a second opinion. Church hires attorney from new law firm. Former Elders plan move to Florida to hide assets of the Estate.
June 15 Kale receives his Widower's Award on his birthday. ($10,000)
July 19 Special Administrator determines that Former Elders owe $300,000.
July 26 New Church attorney re-opens case against Former Elders concerning ownership of Maxson Manor and Rose of Rock River.
August 15 Analysis of Executor Report by Kale and Church treasurer, Dwight Miller, show misuse of funds by Former Elders.
November 3 Interrogatories are submitted to Executrix. Oral arguments are heard on Maxson Manor suit. Former Elder attacks Kale and threatens him with "your days are numbered." (Estate attorney verbally attacks Rose.) Church attorney files Domestic Violence Petition against Former Elder.
February The two Former Elders continue litigation with a new attorney. First attorney bill over $70,000. First of the two Church attorneys suffers a dissecting aortic aneurysm, and is released as Church attorney.
February 17 The two Former Elders are questioned under Discovery Rules. Lies are documented.
March New Church attorney agrees to take all the cases of the Estate and prepare a Fourth Amended Motion.
April Presiding judge removes himself from the bench due to personal misconduct.
May Litigation continues.
July 19 Third newly Ordained with the IAOGI: Rev. Laurie Ryland.
November 8 Former Elders' attorneys stupidly offer taped recordings of phone activity to Church attorney. Tapes provide basis for Federal Suit of illegal phone taps.
July 17 Garage sale at Rose's residence provides "evidence of impropriety" by Executrix.
August 2 New judge orders Church tithe to be invested. Former Elders and their attorney do not show.
November 11 Church votes to withdraw from IAOGI as an affiliate member; and to charter itself as an independent religious organization. Church votes and approves the following as officers: Rev. Rose M. Aluli - Founder and First Pastor, Rev. Kale F. Aluli - Reverend General, Rev. Jacqueline S. Jacobs - Assistant Reverend General, Mona Rinaldo - Secretary, Dwight Miller - Treasurer, Rick Ryland and Rev. Laurie J. Ryland - Chroniclers.
November 22 Judge issues Memorandum Opinion: He regards Former Elders' testimony as false; Kale's testimony as true.
November 25 Former Elders are questioned about their illegal phone tapping activities at their attorney's office. Church members are allowed to attend.
December 4 The work of the Church Constitution begins with the writing of the Preamble.
January 27 Kale completes first two articles of the Church Constitution. Laurie Ryland determines who will write the other six articles and Creed.
June 3 Church attorney appears before Illinois Appellate Court on ownership of Maxson Manor.
July 14 Former Elder tells Former Elder / Executrix of his affair with a younger woman and divorces her; thus fulfilling the prophecy spoken against her from the Lord.
July 15 Former Church Elder deposits pornographic materials at Church members' homes.
August 13 Divorced Former Church Elder remarries.
October 27 The Church is officially chartered as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
October 30 Audio engineer analyzes tapes of phone tap. Proves that the tapes were tampered with by Former Elders.
November 4 Rev. Joseph A. Rinaldo, co-Assistant Pastor, is killed in a car accident.
Spring Construction of Kale's new apartment (attached to the Church building) begins.
March 22 First Ordination: Rev. Kale Aluli, Rev. Jacqueline Jacobs and Rev. Laurie Ryland are re-ordainedunder the newly-chartered Church of Jesus Christ Forever. Mona Rinaldo, Michael Ryland, Joyce Mallette, Ruth Miller, and Candy Morris are also ordained.
June 20 Kale's new apartment is finished. It opens with the marriage of Christopher Throw to Jessica Jacobs.
January 27 Dwight Miller and Kale view newly married Former Elder's new house in Rockton, IL. New house includes large indoor swimming pool.
January 31 Church attends Sunday service at large Assemblies of God church: Jackie Jacobs delivers a word to visiting televangelist Pat Robertson. Mona Rinaldo attempts to deliver a vision to the pastor.
February 8 Mona Rinaldo and Kale deliver the vision to pastor of Assembly of God church. Pastor rejects it.
February 10 Deposed Executrix, living in Florida attempts call to Kale. Sounds drunk or high.
April 16-17 Federal Wire Tapping Case is settled. Church wins. Because of the mercy of the Church and Kale, Former Elder's house does not go into foreclosure.
April 30 Mike Ryland and Dwight Miller form 2Perfect Construction, fulfilling prophecy that they will work together.
November 4 Kale goes to Hawaii to continue the process of establishing a second headquarters for the Church.
November 20 The Church attends the marriage of Faith James to Phil Crissman in Kalamazoo, MI.
March 22 The Face page of PerfectChurch.com is put on the web.
April 12 Court rules in our favor. Church is allowed to reopen suit against Former Elders.
April 23 The Spirit of the Lord opens to The Root of Sin being removed.
July Kale delivers a prophecy of invasion and war to Hawaii.
July 17 The bunkhouse at the island is burned. Church suspects Former Elder as arsonist. Replacement value: $80,000.
July 25 Arsonist attempts to kill Kale by burning Church and apartment down. Attempt fails.
September 28 Former Elder declares bankruptcy.
October 1 The Church visits Rock Church in Rockford.
October 15 The Church visits House of Refuge Church in Rockford.
October 29 The Church visits Heartland Church in Rockford.
New Year's The Church celebrates its second New Year's with all the families at the Alpha Lounge, D'Ruth's, and Omega Cafe. The kids put on a fashion show and Bible skit. Youth leaders direct program.
January The Church begins to work on web inter-actives. Web site development continues.
January 5 Jessica Jacobs-Throw prophesies that we make ourselves ready for the manifestation of the Sons of God. It will be hard work and a trying time, but if we endure, it will happen in the spring.
January 13 Internet Meetings are on a regular basis.
February 2 The Church begins to work with local web firm.
March First graphic artist for PerfectChurch.com is thanked for donation of time. The Church begins to work with local artist. The Church completes layout binder.
March 17 God welcomes former member back. Bob James visits Rose's son, Bill Mallette. Bob asks for forgiveness and is accepted.
March 18 Bob's family is restored and he helps with the web site. A visitor(1) receives the Holy Ghost.
March 22 Second Ordination: Five qualify and are Ordained to ministry: Rev. Robert A. James; Youth Ministers: Rev. Elisha Rinaldo, Rev. Roselani Aluli, Rev. Christopher Throw and Rev. Jessica Jacobs-Throw. Prophecy is fulfilled.
April 29 Prophecy of January 5, 2001 is fulfilled. By the Spirit, Bob James declares that the Church is clean. We are his: chosen, blessed, and anointed. "Today there is peace, but tomorrow comes a storm."
May 2 Bill Mallette lays down his life. Just as Rose's passing was the trial for the Church adults, so Bill's passing on is the trial for the children.
May 5 The six high school juniors attend the Prom together. It is a perfect evening.
May 12 Several travel to Michigan to have a Church service with the James family. A visitor(2) receives the Holy Ghost.
May 26 Church attends graduation ceremonies for Jared James. Joshua James renews himself in God.
May 27 The Holy Ghost speaks to "Finish the House," which refers to the Church, his people to be perfect and spotless.
June 3 The Holy Ghost gives the understanding of what took place over Memorial Day weekend, (May 27): the 70 weeks of Daniel 9:24 are being fulfilled. The 70 weeks began April 23, 2000, when the root of sin was removed from virtually the entire church, and will end August 26, 2001. This is the time determined to finish, or make an end of sins, to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most holy. The next step is the supernatural.
Summer First graphic artist finishes the Eight Days. Site map is completed. The Church forms its own design team for the web site. Church purchases hardware and new software for the Church website, PerfectChurch.com.
July By the intervention of the Holy Ghost, Bob James is offered a position with a different corporation. He accepts.
July 7 Work on web site continues.
July 20 Kale, Laurie Ryland and Roselani Aluli meet with local web firm to discuss PerfectChurch.com.
July 22 Kale receives a phone call that will take him to Hawaii for 20 days. Jackie Jacobs, as Assistant Pastor, is moved into leadership position.
July 28 Kale flies out to Hawaii to attend family meeting of cousins.
August 12 Joshua James proposes marriage to Roselani Aluli. She accepts.
August 26 The end of the 70 weeks. The second covenant is established. We are God's people and his laws are written on our hearts and in our minds. We are to rule and reign on the earth, in his image, walking in the Spirit as Manifested Sons. There is great joy and feasting. But gross darkness is coming. Great judgment will fall on this land.
September 1 The Church celebrates Jared James' graduation from Marine Corps Boot Camp. Kale has been given a new name - KaleooRose.
September 2 It is spoken that Kale has taken the Church to the top of the mountain. We are there.
September 5 Kale returns from Hawaii. He endured his wilderness experience of forty days, and at the end had a great supernatural visitation.
September 9 Many confirm the presence of the great cloud of witnesses with us in the church.
September 11 Terrorists attack, destroying the World Trade Center and damaging the Pentagon. Thousands are killed. It is the beginning of judgment on America. America goes to war.
October 4 Kale travels to Hawaii for his mother's funeral. He stays 3 weeks. Because everyone must learn that place of leadership, Laurie Ryland is put in charge.
November 21 The Church travels to Michigan for Thanksgiving. We are in one accord and the reuniting of us as a body is complete.
November 22 Phil Crissman receives the Baptism of the Holy Ghost.
November 28 Pastor of First Assembly is removed. Prophecy to him by Mona Rinaldo on February 8, 1999 is fulfilled.
December 8 God sends us a new graphic artist for PerfectChurch.com.
December 9 Church celebrates the Day of Jubilee. All debts are forgiven.
December 31 New Years Eve ten-hour celebration of God's abundance and love. New graphic artist receives the Baptism of the Holy Ghost.
January 14 Rose manifests herself to a church member by a supernatural visitation. This revealing fulfills prophecy that Rose would return; and proves that she laid down her life and took it up again. View Prophecies
March 10 First design of CreationDaze.com is submitted to the Church.
March 28 Construction and refurbishing of the church begins. Services are held at a second location.
May 1 First glass tablets of The Great Ten are presented at the Church service.
May 16 Final deposition of crooked Former Elder-Executrix, former ordained minister and ex-daughter of Rose, is taken.
May 21-24 Court in Dixon. Fourth Amended Motion.
May 28-31 Court in Dixon. Two Former Elders' testimonies, under oath, conflict.
May 31 Litigation is settled. The ten-year battle by The Church against the two Former Elders culminates with the Former Elder swearing and displaying vulgar behavior.
June 3 Refurbishing is completed, and the Church celebrates with the graduation of six high school seniors.
August 9 Joshua James and Roselani Aluli are joined in marriage at the Church.
August 14-24 After honeymoon, 19 Church members enjoy Hawaii with newlyweds.
December 18 Chris and Jessica Throw purchase their new home. Church refurbishes it.
December 31 New Years Eve celebration of "My Calling."
January Development of PerfectChurch.com continues on a daily basis.
January 14 Lance Corporal Jared James goes to war in Iraq.
March 22 PerfectChurch.com and its seven web sites are officially launched.
March 23 The Bride has made herself ready. The Father vows himself to the Bride: His Perfect Church.
April 19 Bob James has a vision of Rose. Rose is in full armor and standing next to Jesus' throne.
May JLVNewMedia is contracted to construct the HTML site for PerfectChurch.com.
May 11 Jared James is injured in Iraq. Flown to the United States.
May 26 Jared James returns home and proposes to Erika Miller. Wedding date is set for June 2004.
May 29 The senior graduates organize the Baccalaureate Service. Rev. Laurie Ryland addresses the Class of 2003.
June 1 June Jacobs and Joy Ryland graduate, celebration follows.
June 2 The Hour of the Frogs (HOF) team is formed and assists in writing the novel.
June 20 Chris and Jessica's basement is remodeled by 2Perfect Construction.
July 3 Roselani and Joshua James purchase their home. 2Perfect Construction begins remodeling.
August 3 The Church meets in Rockford for Sunday services with the Ministry of Restoration.
August 15 Roselani and Joshua James' home is completed by Church and 2Perfect Construction. The house is a testimony of charity.
August 17, 24, 31 Fellowship services with Ministry of Restoration continue.
September 1 God's calling on the Ministry of Restoration requires continued fellowship with The Church. Because of pride, the Pastor of the Ministry of Restoration refuses.
September 25 Church attends Homecoming Coronation ceremonies at the high school. Homecoming program exhibits perverted behavior. The Church seeks the Lord's guidance.
October 2 Ten letters from The Church objecting to lewd behavior by the students at Homecoming are printed in the local newspaper. Rick Ryland resigns from School Board to highlight the lack of discipline in the school district.
October 13 2Perfect Construction goes to Florida. Prophecy is fulfilled.
October 19 Newspaper article on The Church appears in The Sauk Valley News. This article ends The Controversy: Rose's name is publicly cleared and her ministry is true.
October 22 Bob James buys an H2 Hummer. Prophecies of God's blessings are true.
October 23 Letters written by The Church to the newspaper and letters sent by Church leadership to local pastors cause school administrators to hold a public meeting. Many parents of the community agree with The Church, that changes are necessary.
November 16 CreationDaze.com is launched on the anniversary date of Rose and Kale's wedding.
November 18 Kale receives an anonymous phone call identifying the person responsible for the fire that burned down the Church bunkhouse and the attempt to burn down The Church.
November 20 End of HOF is given to Kale.
November 27 Thanksgiving. The Church is One in the Spirit.
December 30-31 New Year's Celebration at the Coliseum begins: Preparation and Night of The Blooming Bugs.
January 1-2 New Year's Celebration at the Coliseum.