The board of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries says a number of changes are coming to the organization, and it's calling for more victims to come forward.

In a statement released on Saturday, RZIM's CEO Sarah Davis, who is also Ravi Zacharias' daughter, says in a release that "We continue to grieve deeply for the victims who have been treated in ways that are completely antithetical to the gospel. We also painfully and increasingly recognize organizational failures that have occurred and the repentance that needs to take place in both heart and action."

Davis says that the board has hired consulting firm Guidepost Solutions to assess organizational failures. "We want to understand all areas of unhealth in our organization so that we can take that learning and do everything we can to prevent any kind of abuse in the future. Guidepost will be evaluating our structures, culture, policies, processes, finances, and practices, including the handling of any former abuse allegations."

The organization has also retained Rachael Denhollander to serve as a "confidential liaison with survivors," the board says. They have set up a webpage as well as hotlines for abuse survivors to contact confidentially.

Davis says that RZIM is already in the process of removing Ravi's content from the ministry's website and social media, "including publications, videos, and other forms of content, and we intend to change the name of the organization. Effective immediately, we are also discontinuing the use of 'The Zacharias Institute' brand."

The release also says that the ministry will be offering severance packages to anyone who resigned from the ministry "for reasons of conscience during the Miller & Martin investigation."

Davis says that the board is "praying for the courage to pursue repentance and to have learners’ hearts, and we are trusting in God’s guidance in the days ahead."