There are a few different ways you could go about that with a plugin. If you just want to add a widget or two inside the content area of a particular page you could use a plugin like Turbo Widgets (https://wordpress.org/plugins/turbo-widgets/). It replaces a plugin called Widgets on Pages that I used a time or two in the past.
If you want to create a layout similar to the home page with lots of widgets broken up into rows, I would take a look at SiteOrigin Page Builder (https://wordpress.org/plugins/siteorigin-panels/). It replaces WordPress’ built in page editor with one that breaks up the content into rows and columns and then adds widgets to those rows/columns. Kerygma is not specifically designed for it, but it’s a good plugin and should work.
Let me know if you have any questions,
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