In the crowdsource-funded documentary Vlogumentary, Mormon vlogger Shay Carl declares, "If a life's worth living it's worth recording," and for Carl, the life worth living is a life serving God. The producers of Christian vlogs are dealing in a currency that goes beyond mere publicity and wages; they are performing the work of God. The male presence and leadership in these vlogs perhaps partially explains how these vlogs were able to stand out from the thousands of domestic vlogs produced by women. Domestic Christian laborers, therefore, must employ their faith to give moral purpose to their post-recessionary labor. The labor produced by Christian vloggers is undoubtedly creative and a product of a post-recessionary economy, which makes necessary domestic and creative labor. Christian media is overwhelmingly more personal than political, but it is impossible to ignore the political undertones in even the most personal moments.