Stephen Hayes lives in Tshwane, South Africa. He is a freelance writer, editor, teacher, and missiologist. He is also an Orthodox deacon, an Inklings fan, a church historian, and researcher on African Independent Churches and his own family history.
His book "Black charismatic Anglicans" was published by Unisa Press, and he was also a contributor to "African initiatives in healing ministry".
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Of Wheels and Witches
by Stephen Hayes
A Johannesburg schoolboy goes to spend the school holidays at a farm. There he meets three other children from different backgrounds. They have fun riding horses and exploring caves, until they encounter an ominous symbol of a wheel, and through a witch they learn of a plot to harm the father of one of them. They try to warn him of the danger, and come up against the power of the apartheid state.
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- A Petition to Magic
on Nov. 20, 2013
A failed wizard, a failed farmer, and a new queen anxious to improve her image in the eyes of her subjects: these are the main characters in this short and simple but entertaining tale.
It offers opportunity for reflection on the themes of monarchy, dishonesty, and ways of coping with failure.