The Sound of My Voice : Their worlds couldn't be farther apart, but they share a common mission. Jordan Riddle, an aspiring playwright and part-time waitress, revels in the pulse and rumble, the joy and pain of life in New York City. While waiting for her big break, she embraces every chance to speak grace to those around her. Peter Riddle, her father, is assistant pastor at the Second Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi. Here, he first found faith as a child and now feels called to articulate mercy to the members of his community. Despite their shared calling, each manages to disappoint and misunderstand the other, and five years of silence between them has reached the breaking point. In this compelling story, father and daughter struggle to find the words that give hope to the people around them, but the different ways they pursue this passion destroys their relationship. As a shared grief emerges from the past, neither is prepared for the cost required to heal the painful disappointment that separates them. Mirroring the tension that arises when art and faith collide, The Sound of My Voice provides a penetrating exploration of questions vital to our search for truth in a postmodern world.