Drove from the Black Hills to the Oahe Project which includes the Oahe Dam and the Oahe Power Plant. We prayed protection over both, including the Missouri River waterway which is the resource. We declared protection from invasive creatures which would effect the efficiency of the power plant, and any other contamination of the water. We declared the Mississippi River declaration over the Missouri River. We read and decreed Dutch's prayers and decrees, as well as Psalm 91. We decreed that God is our glorious Hero!! A bald eagle flew over while entering the power plant area, so we decreed the mighty and Majestic God is the authority over the Missouri River and all that is downstream from the Oahe Project. As we were praying and decreeing, a flock of geese flew over and so we declared that just as the geese rotate the point goose so they never get tired, so the ekklesia will never tire as each takes point in their assignment. Oahe means foundation, the place at which we stand. The bell in the tower of the original mission chapel is named Wakan Tanka Ohala Po, Praise ye the Lord!! We incorporated both in our prayers and declarations.