Transformation Bible Ministries (TBM)

Teaching the Bible

Mission Statement:

Helping others study and apply the Bible.

Weekly Devotions

Wait for it

June 22, 2024

It’s a window straight to our hearts. When impatient, we demonstrate to God and everyone else, “I’m more important than you. I come first. I know better. I trust myself more than you.”

Forgiving Each Other

June 14, 2024

Well, I wonder why Jesus spoke about loving others so often. One answer comes to mind: By loving others, we show the spirit of Christ within us. Forgiving others reflects the state of our hearts and the abundance of Jesus Christ in our lives.

Keeping it Real

June 7, 2024

We often make a big deal about what we like and what we don’t — but as long as the focus is on the Grace and Salvation from our Savior, and we glorify God, we shouldn’t sweat some of the details.

I’ll Pray For You

May 31, 2024

Every day is different. Some days, I spend more time exploring Scripture, while others, it’s all about my prayers. A common expression amongst Christians and non-Christians is to say, “I’ll pray for you.”

There is Hope in A Clean Heart

May 24, 2024

The immediate, “who cares” feel-good reward of pleasure overpowers any consideration of the consequences of that behavior. This includes gossip or lustful thoughts to committing violent crimes.

Abide in the Vine

May 17, 2024

When I read the Bible, I must remind myself that it’s written from God’s perspective, not mine. The messages in God’s word are there for me to bear fruit to advance God’s kingdom, not my own.

Giving Props to God

May 10, 2024

We often get too religious when nothing we do, say, or think earns God’s favor. We don’t earn His love. No matter how observant and dutiful we are when, the heart of our worship isn’t centered solely on God, it’s shallow and hollow.

Time Is on My Side

May 3, 2024

From our vantage point, time is either too long or too short. Time only matters to us. From God’s perspective, time is irrelevant.

What Does it Mean When Scales Fall From Our Eyes?

April 27, 2024

Paul didn’t know it yet, but this encounter blinded him. His physical blindness was a direct message from Christ about Paul’s spiritual blindness.

Who is Your King?

April 20, 2024

Before the food arrived, I considered saying a prayer. I’ve known my friend for decades, and I didn’t think he would mind, but I still should have asked if he was OK with it.

Wait for it!

Wait for it

By Robert Wilkins | June 22, 2024

It’s a window straight to our hearts. When impatient, we demonstrate to God and everyone else, “I’m more important than you. I come first. I know better. I trust myself more than you.”

Forgiving of Others

Forgiving Each Other

By Robert Wilkins | June 14, 2024

Well, I wonder why Jesus spoke about loving others so often. One answer comes to mind: By loving others, we show the spirit of Christ within us. Forgiving others reflects the state of our hearts and the abundance of Jesus Christ in our lives.

Keeping it Real

Keeping it Real

By Robert Wilkins | June 7, 2024

We often make a big deal about what we like and what we don’t — but as long as the focus is on the Grace and Salvation from our Savior, and we glorify God, we shouldn’t sweat some of the details.

I'll-Pray-for-You

I’ll Pray For You

By Robert Wilkins | May 31, 2024

Every day is different. Some days, I spend more time exploring Scripture, while others, it’s all about my prayers. A common expression amongst Christians and non-Christians is to say, “I’ll pray for you.”

There is Hope in A Clean Heart

By Robert Wilkins | May 24, 2024

The immediate, “who cares” feel-good reward of pleasure overpowers any consideration of the consequences of that behavior. This includes gossip or lustful thoughts to committing violent crimes.

I-am-the-Vine

Abide in the Vine

By Robert Wilkins | May 17, 2024

When I read the Bible, I must remind myself that it’s written from God’s perspective, not mine. The messages in God’s word are there for me to bear fruit to advance God’s kingdom, not my own.

Giving Props to God

Giving Props to God

By Robert Wilkins | May 10, 2024

We often get too religious when nothing we do, say, or think earns God’s favor. We don’t earn His love. No matter how observant and dutiful we are when, the heart of our worship isn’t centered solely on God, it’s shallow and hollow.

Time-is-on-my-side

Time Is on My Side

By Robert Wilkins | May 3, 2024

From our vantage point, time is either too long or too short. Time only matters to us. From God’s perspective, time is irrelevant.

Weekly Devotions

We are forming a network with ministry partners with the goal of teaching the bible throughout the world. If you are interested in doing a conference on a book of the bible, getting help with leading Sunday school classes or small groups studying books of the bible, or training for teachers please click the button below to start a discussion.

Transformation Bible Ministry Leadership

David Silver

Dr. David Silver

Dr. David Silver has been practicing Internal Medicine as a primary care provider for over twenty years in the Baltimore area. He studied at Reformed Theological Seminary in the Washington area and developed a heart to teach the gospel and books of the bible. He is the founder and President of a non-profit ministry called Transformation Bible Ministries (TBM).

LaRue G. Lennon

LaRue G. Lennon

LaRue G. Lennon lives in Westminster, Maryland with her husband, Robert Lennon. They are the parents of four adult sons. She is a member of Covenant of Grace Presbyterian Church, PCA, Reisterstown, MD where she serves as a Stephen Minister. In Westminster, she practices law in the areas of estate planning and administration and serves as a volunteer mediator with Community Mediation Maryland.

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