Salvation Army Officer Honored On Steve Harvey’s Show

The Salvation Army’s A.J. Zimmerman was honored for his work with young people in East St. Louis and Chicago on a special “Harvey’s Heroes” episode of Steve Harvey’s show. The episode will air Wednesday, December 7 at 2 p.m.

Lt. Zimmerman is currently serving at The Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Chicago where he leads youth fellowship activities. Prior to joining the Kroc Center, he spent many years serving youth and families at The Salvation Army in East St. Louis.

While Lt. Zimmerman shared his touching story of a difficult upbringing in Detroit and the help from The Salvation Army that inspired him to become a Salvation Army officer, Steve Harvey had a special guest sitting in the audience.

You won’t want to miss this tearful reunion that shows all it takes is one person to make a difference in the lives of a family in need or a young person looking for a positive role model. This segment is sure to bring a tear to your eye and a warmth to your heart this Christmas season.

To see our previous Steve Harvey episode with Olympian Simone Manuel, click here.

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22 Replies to “Salvation Army Officer Honored On Steve Harvey’s Show”

  1. Praise the Lord. Looking forward to watching you on Steve Harvey’s show, Lieutenant. I love Steve Harvey’s show I watch it all the time. He is a wonderful Christian.

  2. Always doing The Most Good! The Salvation Army officers have their hearts to God and their hands to man across the world. There is no better organization. Thank you for honoring them.

  3. AJ you have blessed so many over the years along with others at Echo Grove, youth groups and elsewhere. I love what God is doing through you. Such a big hearted brother!

  4. Thank you Lt. Zimmerman for personifying the servanthood of Christ in reaching out to the young( boys in need of a father role model. “In as much as ye have done it unto one of the least of these…….ye have done it unto me” (retired SA Officer in S.C.)

  5. Thank you Lt. Zimmerman for personifying the servanthood of Christ in reaching out to the young boys in need of a father role model. “In as much as ye have done it unto one of the least of these…….ye have done it unto me” (retired SA Officer in S.C.)

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