The C4TK hackathon event concluded with a judging panel deliberating over the 7 participating teams to narrow the standings down to 2 teams. The People's Choice Award went to the Help Me Button. Designed and coded by Brice Osterhaus and Drew Brokke, this app assists the user in taking the first step towards combating sinful desires by notifying a friend or accountability partner during times of weakness with a simple to use, easy to press button. The Technical Merit Award was given to the team of Google cardboard - world vision, who developed an app that intends to submerge the user into the environment of the area to be donated to. The Innovation Award was given to a team of students from Cal Baptist University who created "Sow," an app that would allow users to post needs that one may have, such as a new pair of shoes or a textbook for school. Also, users can decide to donate to those needs or simply offer up prayer. The award for the Best Overall project was for an app called Ruminate, which sends push notifications regarding the scriptures of focus in the users daily devotion time. Their intention is to give constant reminders of what the user learned from scripture and to help them keep those lessons on the front of their minds throughout the day. This weekend's event proved to be a large step of success towards advancing the kingdom of God.