Jim and Tammy Bakker were not forced out of their South Carolina home yesterday, even though that was the deadline for them to be out of the $1.3 million lakefront house about 15 miles from PTL headquarters in Fort Mill. PTL owns the house where the couple have been staying since they arrived from Palm Springs, Calif., last week.

Don Hardister, the Bakkers' security chief, said yesterday the couple will be packing and moving out. "We'd like to receive some friends and visit some people," he said. "So no, there's not a mad dash to start packing boxes." He did add that he thinks the Bakkers "are coming to terms" with the fact that they have to leave their former home and will be returning to their Palm Springs place.

Meanwhile, Jessica Hahn, the former church secretary whose sexual encounter with Bakker led to the PTL founder's downfall, said yesterday in West Babylon, N.Y., that his successor, the Rev. Jerry Falwell, had lied to her. A $150,000 trust established for Hahn after her 1980 encounter with Bakker was frozen after the PTL controversy erupted in March, but according to Hahn, Falwell promised her two weeks ago that he would arrange an emergency PTL board meeting on her behalf. "I never heard from him again," she said. "I felt hurt. I felt betrayed." Madonna Goes Osaka

You would have thought that the Japanese were preparing for a visit from Madonna's truculent husband Sean Penn. About 1,300 police and security guards were mobilized to control the anticipated hysteria, but Madonna's first concert in the Orient went off without a hitch Sunday night near Osaka. There was no indication that Penn was anywhere near.

The rock star, who is on an extensive "Who's That Girl" performing tour that will bring her here to Robert F. Kennedy Stadium on July 2, performed before 25,000 fans in Osaka, while an estimated 5,000 ticketless people were outside the stadium listening. Concert organizers said they received 320,000 requests for the 145,757 tickets for Madonna's five Japanese concerts. The ticket demand doesn't appear to be that great for the RFK concert. About 22,000 tickets have been sold since they went on sale Saturday. About 55,000 seats are available at RFK. Out and About

American Ballet Theatre fans who expected to see principal dancer Cynthia Gregory perform here are going to be disappointed. The dancer, who is a principal guest artist with the Cleveland Ballet, is expecting her first child in November and will not be performing during the season here, which opens tonight and continues through June 28. She was scheduled to dance "La Sylphide," "Etudes" and "Sleeping Beauty" here. ABT said Gregory expects to return to the company when the new season begins in February. Her husband is Hilary B. Miller, chairman of the board of Transnational Industries Inc. ...

"Time After Time," the first novel of Maryland author Allen Appel, has been named one of the best books of 1986 by the American Library Association. A fast-paced adventure thriller that finds the central character going back in time to the Russian Revolution, it is one of three books that artist-turned-novelist Appel is writing for Carroll & Graf Publishers Inc. The Upper Marlboro writer's next book, to be published in the spring, has his central character going back in time where he meets Mark Twain and persuades him to write "Huckleberry Finn" ...

Syndicated columnist Carl Rowan received some unexpected support from Barbara Bush this week for his newly formed Project Excellence. Rowan wrote a column to express his concern that black youths are under peer pressure not to excel in English and language skills. Rowan less than two weeks ago set up a pilot Project Excellence program in the D.C. schools to offer scholarships to black youths who show the greatest progress in writing and speaking skills. He received a note of support from Mrs. Bush and learned yesterday that she has donated her fee from an upcoming speech to the national Kiwanis Club convention for the project ...

President Reagan yesterday nominated fashion designer Bill Blass and the first lady's pal Betsy Bloomingdale to be members of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities ...