The venue in Derwen Fawr was founded in 1924, but its last pupils graduated in 2009, and since then has seen a development of housing on part of its land.
But the restored building will once again be used a bible school, prayer centre, hall of residence and church.
The refurbishment has been carried out by Cornerstone Community Church, an independent Pentecostal congregation based in Singapore, which bought the property in 2012 to honour the work of British missionaries in Singapore, and to ‘preserve the history of revival associated with the site’.
“We are working with the local body of Welsh believers to re-establish the collect in its original commission of intercession and equipping the saints for the mission field, and we believe that this will precipitate a spiritual awakening in Wales. This could be a sign to the Welsh that their time has come yet again to make an impact in the nations beyond their shores with the power of the gospel.”
The college is due to re-open on May 25, exactly 85 years after the College’s inaugural dedication on Whit Monday in 1930, and is expected to be attended by former students.
It will start accepting students from autumn.
It’s aim it to produce men and women with leadership and ministry skills, with a three month course with more than ten lecturers from different countries.
Principal Rev Dr Colin Hurt said: “One vision that the college’s original founder, Rees Howells, was that the whole world could be reached with the gospel in his generation. He did not live to see that vision fulfilled, but I believe that we can pick up that vision, and see it become a reality.
“That was the vision of the Bible College of Wales, and that is the vision.”
Information about the college can be found at: http://bcwales.org/