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Previous Principal's Address


Principal's Addresses

Read the 2016 prinicpal address

Previous Principal's Address


Principal's Addresses

Read the 2016 prinicpal address

  • So can I encourage you all to lift this vision that God has given us high, in a way that you never have before, for the temporal and eternal benefit of this generation of school children with us tonight and future generations of school children who will be educated at Redeemer Baptist School.
    — Jonathan Cannon, Principal, 2014
  • And my prayer is that we all—staff, students, parents, friends—will never grow weary in responding to the opportunities that God grants us to share His love and goodness in this needy world.
    — Jonathan Cannon, Principal, 2013
  • Jesus came so that you might have peace. Jesus came so that you could share in His victory over death. Jesus came so that you could know God’s faithful love with you always. Jesus came so that you could have everlasting life in heaven. And these truly epic wins are for us all: students, parents, staff, friends!
    — Jonathan Cannon, Principal, 2011
  • We trust that these years in Redeemer help to prepare our students to become good Australian citizens and, indeed, redeemed citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven.
    — Jonathan Cannon, Principal, 2008
 
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  • With countless gifts of love — that is the story of Redeemer. And, as the hymn writer goes on to say, this will be the ongoing story because the gifts of love and the wondrous works of our God are still ours today.
    — Noel Cannon, Founding Principal, 2006
  • So I would encourage all of us to go on 'getting a good understanding'. Keep getting a good grip on the facts, develop friendships that will help you to weigh those facts, but above all, walk with Christ in obedience to Him as friend and Lord.
    — Noel Cannon, Founding Principal, 2005
  • I trust that Redeemer Baptist School is willing to not only maintain its prevailing focus on academic achievement but also acknowledge freely the full benefits derived from the formation of a strong sense of community as the only worthy complement to such achievement.
    — Noel Cannon, Founding Principal, 2003
  • May the Lord enable there to be a growing number of you who become the 'critical mass' of our future development; where the vision has been caught and the will is bent on doing God’s will in the field that remains white unto harvest.
    — Noel Cannon, Founding Principal, 2001