Is the problem that determines whenever the word member $\in$ L(M) decidable or not?

Given a Turing machine M on alphabet {m,e,b,r} we’re asked to determine if member $$\in$$ L(M). You must realize that M is not one specific machine and can be any turing Machine with the same alphabet. My goal is to determine whenever this problem is decidable or not.

My idea was to use mapping reducibility. The goal was to see if we can translate all problems from $$A_{TM}$$ which is known to be undecidable into our current problem. This would make our current problem undecidable by contagion. However I’m struggling in doing so because I’m not sure if it’s possible. $$A_{TM}$$ is defined as a Turing machine M that accepts the word w.

Any help to get unstuck would be appreciated.