Hello, everyone! We are the Sell-Flickin-Strings!
This is what we have come to refer to ourselves as we are all related but have different last names. The Sellers, Flickingers and Stringhams. Please allow us to introduce ourselves...
Priscilla (everyone calls her Prissy) grew
up as a military kid in Germany, Japan and the US. She then married and and became a minister's wife. Together, the late Dale and Prissy had 4 children: Matthew, Holly, Hope and Sean (not pictured). In 1991, they took their family to the Philippines to become missionaries and spent the next 12 years ministering and loving the Filipino people. Since then, Prissy continues to return to the Philippines once a year for two months to continue the work. She enjoys being with her family, her 15 grandchildren and serving those in need.
The Sellers Family
Matthew, Belinda, Mahalia, Mya and Maddox
Matthew is a skilled handy man and runs his own business, HandyMatt, LLC. Belinda enjoys serving others, educates her children at home and has benefited from Recycled Kids sales in the past. The family also participates in Philippine missions on a
The Flickinger Family
John, Holly, Joshua, Gracie, Josiah,
Joseph, Phoebe, Ruthie, Naomi & Lily
John owns and runs his own lawn care business: GoGoMow, LLC. He and Holly enjoy educating their children at home and have had many interests over the years including skiing, scuba diving, hiking, swimming, sports, family ministry, song leading workshops, speaking engagements, etc. The family also participates in Philippine missions. The Flickingers have benefited greatly from Recycled Kids sales over the past several years (as a matter of fact...all the clothing and shoes the children are wearing in this picture were purchased at the sale in Fall of 2018!). They are excited they will continue to benefit from the
sale for the needs of their children. They have volunteered and consigned in both the
Spring and Fall sales on
a consistent basis.
The Stringham Family
Chris, Hope, Amelia, Eli and Faithlyn
Hope and Chris also educate
their children at home, enabling them to be available to help others in any way they can. They are involved in catering and serving others, and also participate in Philippine missions on a regular basis. The Stringhams continue to benefit from Recycled Kids sales
and have consistently volunteered
at each sale.