Graduated Northwest Bible Institute in 1938
Graduated Northwest College in 1968
Served as Missionary to Nigeria for 42 Years
Lillian Bach was born August 25, 1912 in Spokane, WA the youngest of seven children. While in the sixth grade she received Jesus Christ as personal Savior and Lord. She was graduated from Seattle Roosevelt High School in 1930. She earned an AA degree (2 year course) from BIOLA in Los Angeles. After experiencing the Baptism in the Holy Spirit in Hollywood Temple, she attended one year at Northwest Bible Institute (Now Northwest University) graduating in the class of 1938. She ministered in Vacation Bible Schools and assisted in opening the Avondale Sunday School which became Cottage Brook Assembly of God in Woodinville.
In 1940 she responded to a missionary call and left for Nigeria, West Africa. For 42 years she taught many hundreds in Bible Schools and women's classes, training pastors and women for effective evangelism and the building of the Church.
Retiring to Seattle in December 1982, she became active in Calvary Temple (Calvary Christian Assembly) teaching, overseeing an ICI Bible Correspondence ministry, leading Bible studies, leading a women's ministry and missionary group, prayer ministry and much more. She continued in active ministry until about 2009 when, due to health issues, she moved to Crista Care Center. Even then, her prayer ministry continued until her death.