Norma McCorvey, the “Jane Roe” of the infamous Roe v. Wade case—Henry Wade was District Attorney in Dallas, TX at the time—that decriminalized the killing of pre-born babies (and with its companion case, Doe v. Bolton, allowed the killing to continue right through the third trimester), died Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, at age 69. It has been often noted that this case was built on a lie. Equally well known is the fact that McCorvey felt very “used” by the radical feminists at whose

urging she was thrust into the national limelight. She would later explain that she never actually had an abortion and admitted the case was the “biggest mistake of her life.” But there is more—much more—to the story. And that is McCorvey’s first encounter with Christians after her conversion. History will remember her as “Jane Roe.” But eternity will forever know her as Norma McCorvey, a child of God. Why? Because she made a commitment to Christ more than two decades ago. READ MORE