Currently, the annual expense for the library is approximately Seven Hundred Thousand ($700,000). It is mainly used for the purchase of physical and digital books, academic journals as well as access to major digital data bases. In addition, the task of cataloging books requires not only time but also trained staff, thereby imposing extra financial strain. In the past, the library acquisition has majored on hermeneutics and exegesis. In terms of development, apart from acquiring books on the different areas of theology, the Seminary plans to acquire more books in the area of Christianity education and in supporting the research needs of the Doctor of Ministry program.