Interact, Impact & Influence People to be Real Followers of Jesus Christ


Sure Reality Media is a Christian media company that presents the sure reality of true living found in a relationship with Christ.


These are a shadow of the things that were to to come,
but the reality, however, is found in Christ.

Colossians 2:17


SRM hosts inspirational Christian devotionals designed to help the reader seek and track the plans and purposes of God, and high quality Christian radio programmes, broadcast online and on-air around the world.



In a media world filled with so called, fake news, it's great to be part of

spreading the Good News of the message of Christ, worldwide.

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SRM publishes the weekly e-devotional, GodTracker
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The Reality

The Reality features inspirational men and women with stories to tell of the substance of God’s grace in their lives. The Holy Bible reminds us that the reality of God’s purposes are found only in Christ. He is the substance of shadows in our lives cast by the light of God. The Reality seeks to reveal the essence of what God is doing in lives changed for the good, for good, by reality of Christ.

Sixty-Second GodTracker

A collection of 60 second radio spots to help keep you on track with God's plans for your life.

GodTracker With Dudley Anderson

Scripture tells us that God knows the plans he has for us. Indeed, God does know his plans and purposes for our lives, but we don't; not until he reveals them to us, that is. GodTracker is a free weekly devotional designed to help you and me remain on track with God's plans and purposes.


Books By Dudley Anderon


God-tracking Through the Year -

year one

God-tracking Through the Year - year two


Two devotional books of 52 weekly thoughts to help you seek and track the plans of God for your life.




"I know the plans I have for you," Says the LORD.


This work is expanding under God's clear mandate!

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