Agape Encounters in the Realm of Disability

Doctor Daniel Kyungu Tchikala, in this episode of “God on the Move,” highlights the universal need for social interaction and stresses the pivotal role of the global church in fostering intimate connections for agape (unconditional love) to flourish. This profound love has the potential to rejuvenate individuals globally, transcending geographical boundaries—from Southern California to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where disability presents formidable challenges.

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Guests in This Episode

Daniel Kyungu Tchikala

Daniel Kyungu Tchikala is a Doctor (Ph.D) in Human Resources Management from the University of Liège in Belgium, with training certificates in theology. He is the Bishop of the 1st Community of the Church of Christ in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Africa Inland Church Congo.

Dave Deuel

Dave Deuel (PhD) is senior research fellow emeritus for the Joni Eareckson Tada Disability Research Center. Dave is also academic dean emeritus for the Master’s Academy International. He currently serves as catalyst for the Disability Concerns issue network, and is chairperson for the New York State Council on Developmental Disabilities.

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