The time is unstoppably running, flowing and life and work of people departs to the past
Miloslav Blaho was born on October 15, 1926 in Necpaly, Martin district, to the parents John Blaho and Anna, née Matisová. After his birth, the parents moved to Žilina, where his father worked as a tailor and his mother as a housewife. Miloslav attended an elementary school in Žilina and then studied at a local grammar school. As a grammar school student he was involved in many activities of Lutheran youth gathered in the Evangelical Church Congregation in Žilina. For him this was a motivation for studying the evangelical theology at the Theological Faculty. After the successful graduation he continued studying psychology for two more years at the Slovak University (today´s Comenius University in Bratislava). In 1951 he was ordained an evangelical chaplain and sent to Martin, where he worked as a hospital´s chaplain for 2 years. In 1952 he got married to a high school professor Marta, née Ferjancová. Together they had two children, a son Miloslav and a daughter Marta. In 1953 Miloslav was transferred to Vlčany to work as an administrator of the Evangelical Church Congregation and subsequently to Púchov, where he worked as a senior chaplain for one year. In 1954 he was transferred to Zvolen and since 1955 until 1970 he was a pastor in Sása´s Evangelical Church Congregation. In 1970 he was deprived of the state consent for performing his ministry and he spent one year in the Evangelical Church Congregation Zemianska Olča. From 1971 until 1990 he worked as a pastor in the Evangelical Church Congregation Košeca. He completed his spiritual mission in the Evangelical Church Congregation Považská Bystrica in years 1990 - 2001. Within the period 1992 - 2001 he also ministered as a senior of Turčiansky seniorat (Conference) of the Evangelical Church of Augsburg Confession. Since 2001 he is retired and lives in his flat in Žilina.