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    Daniel Ross of Jasper, third from left, led the band Narrow Path in worship during a service the morning of March 3 at Christian Church of Jasper. As the churchÕs music and communications minister, Daniel leads the churchÕs two bands, Narrow Path and At One. He has been responsible for introducing the church and its congregation to a style of worship that features high-energy, high-volume music with roots in rock music that glorifies God. Members of the band performing included guitarists Kurt Neighbors of Huntingburg, second from left, and Phil Hostetler, right. Clapping along to the music was senior minister Darrel Land, left. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Daniel and keyboardist Bob Foote of Jasper met March 13 in the studio at the church to work out a new song the band At One plans to introduce to the church. The song, ÒNever the Same,Ó was written by Daniel, Bob and Mike Crockett of Jasper. Last November, Narrow Path debuted an album of 10 original songs written and co-written by Daniel and other members of the band. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    ÒWhat I imagine GodÕs voice sounding like, it sounds like that,Ó Daniel said about musician Johnny Cash. ÒHe has the voice of God.Ó Daniel, seen reflected in a poster of Cash on the wall of his office at the church, read through the Bible as he worked Feb. 13 to pick out the songs that would work well with the sermons planned for March. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Each Tuesday night, Daniel meets with the church band that is scheduled to perform at the upcoming Sunday services. At the start of practice, Daniel leads the band in a brief Bible study from the book of Psalms. Gregg Kieffner, left, Mike Weisensteiner and Chris Bolin, all of Jasper, shared in reading the Bible with Daniel before practice March 5. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Before performing for a crowd of more than 2,100 at the Cabby OÕNeill Gymnasium on Easter Sunday, Daniel gathered with some of the Narrow Path members and other members of the church to pray. Daniel reminded members of the band not to be rock stars but rather their purpose was to serve and glorify God through the music. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Each Sunday, Daniel leads either Narrow Path or At One in worship during three separate church services at Christian Church of Jasper. Daniel led Narrow Path in worship March 3. The music Daniel and the two bands typically play is firmly rooted in rock music and meant to reach people with the message of God in a way they may not have been reached before. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    ÒThis is the word of the Lord,Ó Daniel said after reading a few verses from the Bible while leading Narrow Path in worship during a service at the church the morning of March 3. Writing music is a way Daniel uses his gift of creativity to celebrate God. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Following the third service the morning of March 3, Daniel was greeted by his two daughters, Gabrielle, 8, and Isabella, 10, not pictured. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald