So Samuel did what the LORD said, and came to Bethlehem. And the elders of the city came trembling to meet him and said, “Do you come in peace?” (1 Samuel 16:4)
Unlike the elders who stood before Samuel the prophet, there will be no trembling when Doug Addison speaks at the upcoming Canadian Elijah List Conference–unless, that is, it comes from those trembling with laughter.
According to the Elijah List promo, Doug Addison “brings laughter, fun, and a unique prophetic style while empowering people to transform their lives, discover their destiny and understand their dreams, tattoos and piercings.” 
Addison is a “prophetic dream interpreter, speaker, writer, Life Coach, and stand-up comedian. His high energy prophetic messages have been shared on television, radio and the internet for over a decade.” 
In addition to Addison, the May 2015 Conference will feature Elijah List founder Steve Shultz, Patricia Bootsma, Darren Canning, and Joe and Bella Garcia.
The stated purpose of these regional Elijah List conferences is to bring “some of the best prophetic voices out there to encourage you in what God is saying for this year for your region and for the Body of Christ.”  (italics mine)
The God of the Bible is not saying anything through the dreams/piercings/tattoo interpretation of Doug Addison. Neither is he speaking through Steve Shultz, Chuck Pierce, Bill Johnson, Jonathan Welton, or many, many others.
True prophets like Samuel, Jeremiah, and Isaiah would probably be kicked out of places like Bethel Redding and the Elijah List conferences. No comedy from these Old Testament giants. Some biting satire, perhaps, but no amusing anecdotes.
I can’t see Bethel Redding leadership tolerating hard Truth. Not from men of God. Not from the Word of God. This video is an example of Bethel’s understanding of the prophetic–these are pleasing and pleasant popcorn “prophecies” popping up all over the place.
We are at the point where missionaries are needed for entire segments of the visible church. We have many who treat the House of God as if it were a circus.
Who say to the seers, “You must not see visions”;
And to the prophets, “You must not prophesy to us what is right,
Speak to us pleasant words,
“Get out of the way, turn aside from the path,
Let us hear no more about the Holy One of Israel.” (Isaiah 30:10-11)
“But to this one I will look,
To him who is humble and contrite of spirit,
and who trembles at My word. (Isaiah 66:2b)