Communication is the key to any relationship, whether we’re talking about a business partnership, a marriage, or a pastorate. That’s especially true in a crisis. Even though it will soon be approaching four months, this coronavirus pandemic still qualifies as a crisis. Now more than ever, we need to communicate and maybe overcommunicate. One of the things this crisis has made even more evident is the digital divide. Not everyone has access to the internet, and even if they do, they may not feel comfortable using it to access online worship services or feel the need to check their email more than, say, once a week.