A lawyer becomes a novelist. An insurance broker swaps policies for photography. A teacher trades the classroom for a yoga studio. In this country, these days, we commonly change careers, re-invent ourselves, pursue our passions and strive for authenticity. But it’s not every day that a university engineering professor abandons a successful career to become a shepherd. That’s a story I’d never heard—until, that is, I met Craig Rogers and visited his redoubt on 60 rolling acres in southwest Virginia’s Patrick County: Border Springs Farm.