"I have a ton of respect. I do not hate. I am not scared of, but I do strongly disagree with those who land in that camp. I find it to be biblically untenable. I'll show you from their very own argument. Again, I don't hate. I'm not afraid. I love very much a lot of men and women who land right here in this camp. I just don't see it as being biblically tenable. Let me show you that."
Chandler isn't going to set up "prophecy microphones" in his churches' aisles, but The Village Church has an organized system where someone who feels they have a prophetic word can write it down and submit it to the elders for presentation to the body. Or, in individual cases, Matt encourages them to approach the other believer in humility and present their word. But he encourages everyone to "test the spirits" using Scripture as the ultimate authority.
It reminded me of the church we were members of in Texas, the pastor was known to occasionally have a word of knowledge about what was going on in someone's life. It's nice to hear this kind of message from someone held up as a Reformed, Southern Baptist, Nine Marks model.