Communication between members is facilitated by three means:


1) A yearly conference of members in association with the annual Evangelical Theological Society meetings.  At these meetings excavation reports and other scholarly papers of interest to biblical archaeologists are read.  Time is allowed for reflection and response from members.


2) The society also publishes an annual journal:  The Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin, containing the best evangelical archaeological thought.  Articles cover a range of topics including archaeological and survey reports, general pieces dealing with archaeology as it relates to the Bible, and notes on objects.  Also included in NEASB are book reviews and notices of archaeological articles appearing in various periodicals.


3)  The informative NEAS web site.


Members also receive the quarterly newsletter Artifax which is published by the Institute of Biblical Archaeology in New Brighton, MN, USA.
Breaking News
NEAS has awarded its first student scholarship jointly to Victoria Dennis and Katie Strechert, both from the UNiversity of Northwestern, St. Paul. Both Victoria and Katie participated in the 2018 Shiloh dig season and will be at Shiloh in 2019. These two students represent the future of biblical archaeology.