"We want to show how love can be greater than fear," said Jim Pool, lead pastor of Renaissance Vineyard Church, where the refugees volunteered on Tuesday. "Hospitality is very important to us. ... refugees fit in that sense of wanting to be a welcoming community of people, to express love and welcome to those who are new and are trying to find a home. We want to work arm in arm with them, cooperating ... to be loving neighbors."
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