NEW YORK (AP) – An in-depth report from a law firm hired by Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) found the late Christian apologist engaged in inappropriate conduct. An investigation confirmed Zacharias was guilty of sexual misconduct and abuse over a period of years. As a result, RZIM will undergo a reorganization expected to take several months. RZIM is moving forward in an attitude of repentance and seeking forgiveness from all those impacted. Their immediate priorities are caring for victims, their staff team, Ravi’s family, and seeking God’s direction for the future of the ministry. As a result, all of their radio programs, including Just Thinking and Let My People Think, heard on WDAC, will no longer be available and aired after today. RZIM hopes to provide new radio programs again in future under a rebuilt organization and new name. You can read the Investigation Report at rzim.org. The ministry is seeking prayer from God’s people for wisdom regarding God’s will for their future.