Crafting Messages, Communication & Growing Your Platform
5-months, Limited to 12 people
$200 / month or $990
“If you are in a season where you desire to grow your teaching gifts but don't have the money or time to attend full-time seminary, then coaching with Kat is a perfect solution. Kat equips you with Biblical resources and skills to exegetically teach God's Word with confidence. An amazing side benefit of this coaching program includes the community of women pursuing growth in the same niche.” Heather Macfadyen
”Kat Armstrong is an amazing coach. She genuinely cares about your growth as a speaker and will go to great lengths to make sure you get what you need out of the course. Cannot recommend this course enough!” Bailey Cate
”Her class is an incredible resource for any woman who is feeling called to develop herself as a speaker or writer. Through coaching with Kat you get practical tools, the challenge of deadlines, and a community of likeminded women and resources! It’s a worthwhile investment!” Sara Carlson
”If God has blessed you with a gift of teaching or preaching, then take Kat’s coaching class to be prepared for service. This is wonderful training and equipping not matter your age or stage of life. Listen to God’s call and step in to excellent training.” Eileen Chapman
How to craft a sermon, steward the message and secure bookings. Once you finish the coaching session you will have a back-pocket message ready to be shared.
Session 1: Ready to Serve
Before any anointed Bible preacher finds their voice, builds their audience or uses their gifts to steward the gospel message they display several proven character qualities and overcome their insecurities. This session will help you do both and help you partner with your local church for accountability, service opportunities, and to recruit a personal prayer team for your speaking ministry.
She Can Teach by Jackie Roese
Persuasive Presentations by Nancy Duarte
Session 2: Bible Nerds Unite
Every female preacher exercising their gifts to the Glory of God, by the power of His Spirit and for the good of the Body of Christ is doing so because they have cultivated study rhythms. In short, they are Bible nerds. This session will assume basic hermeneutic skills are already obtained and being practiced and will build upon that knowledge base with direction on which go-to resources help illuminate the scriptures. The strength of the message is in the devotion to study the scriptures.
How to Read the Bible as Literature by Ryken
Methodical Bible Study by Traina
Session 3: Message Preparation
You’ve likely got notes scribbled on napkins, spread out on several journals or voice memos recorded on your phone as inspiration hits you. The key to delivering a message that moves your audience into action is all about discovering the best way you craft the message. All of your talks will include proven elements like an engaging introduction, intriguing transition statements and a powerful close. But the magic is contextualizing message prep to fit your unique speaking and study style.
Biblical Preaching by Haddon Robinson
Preaching that Speaks to Women by Dr. Alice Mathews
Session 4: Life Message
Aspiring and up and coming female speakers need one go to message in their back pocket. If you only had one chance with every audience of your dreams what would be the key message you would want to communicate? What scripture or truth keeps coming up in all of your teaching? That message is your life message and will be the keystone of your first speaking engagements.
Session 5: Stewarding the Message
Now you’re ready to start booking engagements and to do so you’ll need plug and play event themes and talks to support your calendar. We will take your life message from session 4 and repurpose it to fit a 35 minute message, a 1 hour breakout session, and a 2-4 retreat sessions.
Session 6: Raising your hand
It’s time to build your web pages highlighting your speaking gifts, it’s time to raise your hand when your church needs help with any learning environment on campus, and it’s time to tell your trusted friends and ministry contacts you’re eager to serve. I’ll share the most effective and non-creepy, non-self-promoting ways to put the word out that you’re available.
Kat Armstrong was born in Houston, TX where the humidity ruins her curls. She is a powerful voice in our generation as an innovative ministry leader and sought-after communicator. Encouraging women to love God and others with their all, Kat teaches the Bible with humor and heart.
As a sought-after speaker, Kat has a track record of reaching 10,000+ women a year for the last two years through speaking engagements which include the largest college gathering of female students, Breakaway Ministries, to exclusive boutique coaching conferences that host influential attendees like Lauren Chandler, Jamie Ivey, Marshawn Evans, and Jennie Allen.
Her engagements include IF:Equip, Q Commons, Dallas Theological Seminary, Sparrow Conference, There4 Gathering, and The Well Summit. Mega churches like Stonebriar Community Church, Irving Bible Church, and Fellowship Dallas consider Kat a relevant voice for all generations.
As the co-founder and executive director of Polished, an outreach ministry that gathers young professional women to navigate career and explore faith together, she has been invested in the lives of the next generation of Christian women for a decade. Since Polished’s founding in 2008, the ministry has reached over 25,000+ young professional women with the gospel through hundreds of monthly luncheons and the Polished Podcast.
Kat graduated with her undergraduate degree in business from Texas A&M before obtaining a masters degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary in 2011. Today, Kat and her husband Aaron reside in Dallas, Texas with their five-year-old son Caleb and attend Dallas Bible Church where Aaron serves as the lead pastor.
Who is this for?
Aspiring or up and coming female preachers
What do I get?
What do I invest?
$200/ month (5-months) or $990 (USD)
Participation on live video calls for at least 5 of 6 sessions
Engagement in ‘Slack’ online community, sharing questions, ideas, and goals
Read books or articles Kat recommends for the sessions