Postmodernity, also known as postmodern or late modern of clarity, it seems the key word in the description of modern culture and civilization. Stricter characterized for the consumer aspiration, the pursuit of materialistic values, hedonism, questioning the truth and the consequent relativism mean that preaching has it become an extremely difficult and demanding. The submitted paper the author raises the question whether this unfavorable context, the voice from the pulpit of the church has any chance of reaching the listener. Returns the first attention to the need for greater inclusion in the preaching of the situation in which the modern student living word of God, then outlines the genesis, the main assumptions of postmodernism and their consequences for the life of faith. In summary, attempts to formulate certain indications-tion concerning both the content and style of preaching in the simplifica-changed context.