You can honor the ministry and legacy of Ravi Zacharias by doing one thing. Make the presentation and defense of the gospel a high priority in your life just as he did. You won’t be as winsome, but so what? As someone said about Ravi, “Unlike many Evangelicals, he actually evangelized instead of being all about politics.” We need both, but Ravi knew his calling, and we are all called to make the gospel known in our generation. Perhaps we need less political pontificating.
So, read a few of Ravi Zacharias’s books. Watch his incomparable messages on line. Perhaps get some training at The Zacharias Institute. Consider donating to RZIM. Then bring the gospel to others in any way you can: prayer, talking to people, listening to people, inviting people to church, writing cards and letters, sending emails, being a godly presence in people’s lives over time, speaking publicly for Christ, writing articles that commend Jesus, doing good works in Jesus name without bragging, being on panel discussions where the gospel is addressed, doing debates and discussions with non-Christians while speaking the truth in love. If you are a preacher, then preach on apologetics when fitting. If you are able, teach an apologetics class at your church. Don’t let any high school student attend a secular university without training in apologetics!
Always “watch your life and doctrine closely,” as Paul told Timothy (1 Timothy 4:16).