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What Have You Got?

As human beings, God has given us incredible brains with which we are making decisions and judgements all the time. We’re constantly reading the situations around us and planning our way through life. We subconsciously weigh up what we have against what we might need. By all accounts, it’s a pretty sensible way to live. [...]
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Christmas Is All About the Kids

They say Christmas is really all about the children – and here at Cinnamon we couldn’t agree more. We love the anticipation of Christmas eve, the chocolate advent calendars and school nativity plays as much as anyone – but the main reason we love Christmas is the child it’s all about: Jesus. There’s something truly [...]
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Inspiration is pointless, Unless …

There are certain words that seem to get thrown around so frequently that they rather lose their meaning. “Inspiration” is one of them. Last month, our five Project Lab finalists took to the stage at Mercers’ Hall to present grass-roots social actions projects that tackle issues of poverty and social exclusion faced by young people within […]

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The Antidote to Uncertainty

Today’s Cinnamon Bite comes from Matt Bird’s Saturday column in the Times (Saturday, July 2), in which he addresses some of the uncertainties arising from recent political events.   The outcome of the EU Referendum, whether you voted leave or remain, means that we are all feeling more uncertain, vulnerable and insecure than we did ten […]

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Between Good Friday and Easter Sunday

For this week’s Cinnamon Bite, we reproduce the article by Cinnamon Founder Matt Bird from The Times newspaper, Saturday March 27. Louise was one of my best friends. Lovely, loving, and loyal. She was a beautiful person inside and out. I knew she was unwell but I never realised how unwell until one day, I received […]

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