Strong administrative skills were also an asset. "[Bruno Baerg] was always on top of things," explained [Leonard Doell], adding that the executive director s deep and living faith inspired the staff. "There was a lot of respect for Bruno's faith stance and how he lived it out."MCC Saskatchewan board chair John Elias could also see it. "Bruno's vision was to get the new building renovated," Elias said. "He had a vision for the entire complex," which involved putting all the programs under one roof and opening up the main foyer to create an inclusive atmosphere.Baerg himself might not have owned the dream as his own, however, for he saw the vision for a change in direction take place among the people. "We wanted to increase our profile in the community," he said. "That meant shifts in the way we'd been operating."