Shepherds Heart Farm Philosophy
At Shepherd's Heart we care about the philosophy and integrity of the companies who we do business with and I am sure you do also.
This is Shepherd's Heart philosophy:
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth....and at Shepherd's Heart as good stewards of our animals and the products we offer to our clientele. We strive to keep the purity that God intended and only blend ingredients according to His Holy Word. Purity means no-GMO, no pesticide-free, weed-free, and to the degree it is possible contaminate free.
At Shepherds Heart we are active and engaged opposing Agenda 21(2030) which is a plan to conquer small farms and take them over by large global companies. Once merged, large companies will dictate quality, marketing, and other factors that will endanger your health. At Shepherd's Heart we educated you on the issues and know that when given the facts you can make educated purchasing decisions on what goes on and into your body. Your skin, after all, is the largest organ of your body. Protect your skin by using untainted chemical cocktails.
Shepherds Heart is also active in lobbying (no pay lobbying) for quality small agricultural interests. There is war going on against private property ownership, especially small farm ownership.
Shepherd's Heart soap artisans reflect on the study of original elements of which the world is composed; of products that result from the combination of these elements; of the qualities of the constituent parts of each compound; of each compound's various uses; and of the signs of wisdom exhibited in its production, form, shape, proper functioning, and in the ultimate purpose for which it was created.
This means that our soap artisans must be aware and reflect upon the spiritual and physical elements of the world; its causes and effects; it rational and non-rational creatures; its inert and active materials; its inanimate objects and plants; its higher and lower parts; and realizing the Creator assembled and ordered the world perfectly, divided it upon clear lines, and made it in such a way that it points to Him and reflects Him, just as the work of craftsmanship reflects the craftsman who created it. You should know that the whole world is made up of material and spiritual, so intimately mixed and fused that each sustains the other, like body and soul in living creatures.
There is wisdom manifest in plants and minerals which are man's disposal for the improvement of his lot-and in the various benefits which man extracts from them, according to their different natures, constitutions, and qualities, The Early Ones discussed this subject in their books, in keeping with their understanding, "He discoursed about the trees: from the cedar that is the Lebanon to the hyssop that grows out of the wall." Melachim 1, 5:13