Leah’s faith in Jesus Christ comes first in her life. She shares about how Jesus can be a part of everything you do and how Jesus is a part of her softball career. God has given Leah the platform as an Olympic Gold Medalist and she loves to use it as an opportunity to share the love of Christ with others.
Leah speaks about her Olympic experience to many different groups. She gets you motivated to be the best you can be in everything you do. Leah has been successful individually and in the team setting and truly believes that a positive mindset plays a big role in her success. Leah also believes that success comes from having balance in your life. She took that to another level as the only mom on the 2004 Olympic team, paving the way for future Olympic team members to be great athletes but more importantly great wives and mothers. Leah, married to her husband Tommy since 1999, is the mother of three beautiful boys: Jake, Drew, and Luke.



  • Leadership
  • Goal Setting
  • Hard Work
  • Family
  • Respect for others
  • Do what you love
  • Be Your Best
  • Accountability
  • Importance of Education
  • Olympic Experience
  • Making Good Choices
  • Attitude


  • Olympic Experience
  • Balance in life: God first, Family, career, etc.
  • Life is special- don’t take it for granted
  • Be Bold and Sold out for Jesus Christ
  • Make a difference



Broadcasting Network Sports show to take stage.


Tustin: Showing their commitment to more positive faith-based programming, Paul Crouch Jr. VP in charge of programming, made good on his promise and moved forward on a new sports show called “More than Conquerors”. His announcement came after penning deals with Hosts Frank Pastore, (former Cincinnati Big-Red Machine pitcher), Leah O’Brien-Amico, (three time Gold Medalist in Olympic Women’s Softball), and AC Green, former LA Lakers, Phoenix Sun player and NBA Iron-Man.

“More Than Conquerors will fill a gap long left by shows that have not been in our line up for some time now. Meadowlark Lemon of the Harlem Globetrotters did a show for us that included interviews with different sports legends and it was fine for its day.” Said Crouch, “Our society, unfortunately, has placed a huge focus on athletes and their monetary gains. Images that today’s fans have of their sports idols are filled with sexual conquest, money, and fame. Unfortunately too many times sports lovers are let down by the humanity that fails the athlete when he cannot continue to portray a living ‘life model’ for success, and some athletes simply don’t want to be models. Our hosts and guests are all about setting the character bar higher. Putting conviction, character, and success on the back of personal integrity, adding that sports and success does not define who they are, rather it’s what they do.”

Interviews with guest include career highlights of performance, struggles, obtained goals, disappointment and loss marking their success with in their faith.

Leah O’Brien Amico (Olympic Gold Medalist) Perseverance of faith, relationships with others.
Shaun Alexander (NFL) “Football is not who I am, it’s what I do”.
Joe Ehrmann (NFL) Football and teaching boys that conquest in life is character and love.
AC Green (NBA) AC Green Foundation, abstinence and positive play and character.
Avery Johnson (NBA) Insistence as a 5’ 11” guard that demands respect through his example.
Tim Salmon (MLB) The best player never to play in an All Star game.
Frank Pastore (MLB) Finding focus in an ocean of popularity and fame.
Wiley Peterson (PBR-Champion Rider) Takes a stance and uses his talent to reach out to others.
Rob Smets (PBR-Work Champion Bull Fighter) On top of the world is a lonely place.

The ordering of the first four episodes marks a beginning relationship with Athletes in Action and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Both world wide entities provide spiritual guidance to amateur, collegiate, and professional athletes in most sports around the world. All three entities are participating in connecting the faith-based athlete with the fan, and non-fan soccer parent, taking the philosophy of character and integrity in to every day life.

Each episode will have studio wrap ups to current sports topics, interviews with athletes who base the life philosophy and focus on their religious faith and strength found in Christian interpersonal relationships. “2 Minute Warnings” will bring a spiritual devotional thought. “:30 Time Out” will also take time to honor and highlight past sports legends who lived life with great moral integrity.

Episodes 1 – 4 will bring Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Bull Riding to the stage with more sports being highlighted in future studio productions.