Ravi Zacharias International Ministries

Alpharetta, GA

Founded: 1984

Tel: (770) 449-6766

Website: http://www.rzim.org

Top LeaderMs. Sarah Davis

Donor Contact: Mr. Robert Grinnell

Member Since: April 1, 1986

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $32,511,610
   Noncash Donations $2,691,925
   Other Revenue $1,615,940
   Total Revenue $36,819,475
   Total Expenses $36,845,366
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $-26,523
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $41,789,400
Total Liabilities $3,129,117
Net Assets $38,660,283
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Ravi Zacharias International Ministries is a Bible-based ministry with a main focus towards worldwide evangelism undergirded by apologetics, reaching the thinkers and opinion makers of the world. With a commitment to strengthening the Church, the organization trains emerging leaders through its programs and leadership development curricula. RZIM recognizes that historically the beliefs and ethics of any culture are powerfully influenced and molded by the intellectuals and entertainers of society. Moral values do not only enter from the door of reason, but also from the window of the arts and media. With this in mind, this ministry is geared to communicating the Gospel as the only reasonable option by which we live.

Our vision is to reach the influencers of a culture through radio, resources, and a team of dynamic speakers around the world—in universities, arts, politics, business, and churches. Through open forums, community collaborations, apologetic training, youth apologetics, various media, and social awareness, we seek to remove the barriers to the Cross for the seeker and skeptic. RZIM prepares Christians too, alongside the Church, to dialogue and contend for their faith.
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