Walk & Talk
Both the Sciptures and our experience have taught us that walking and talking are two complementary sides of the same issue.
Jesus did so with His followers who became both trainees, companions and ultimately His next generation of well-educated Kingdom-partners.
It is truly worthy our attention that most of the New Testament is composed of correspondance to assemblies and to individuals even though the technical part of it could seem insurmontable.
However we see it emerge in the written communication of the fathers, which shows the relevance of meeting face to face: 'We, brethren, having been taken away from you for a short time in presence, not in heart, endeavored more eagerly to see your face with great desire.' (Paul) and 'I hope to see you shortly, and we shall speak face to face.' (John)
Btw: Check ‘A Purposeful Call: Walk, Talk and Work’ in the section Articles under Dig Deeper.