Blake White grew up in a non-Christian home and was converted to Christ his freshman year of college in Temple, Texas. In 2004, having recently learned of God's exhaustive sovereignty, he began questioning many of his previous presuppositions, including baptism. He benefited greatly from many Presbyterian theologians and was reconsidering his current Baptistic views, but he ended up at Mills Road Baptist Church in Houston, Texas and upon the pastor's recommendation he bought and read Abraham's Four Seeds by John Reisinger, New Covenant Theology by Wells and Zaspel, and other similar works. By the end of 2004, White called himself a New Covenant Theologian.
In 2006 Blake went on to pursuer ministerial training at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, under the teaching of men like Steve Wellum and Thomas Schreiner, also New Covenant Theologian. In 2007, White took biblical theology from Dr. Wellum. During the summer, he worked on a paper entitled, "The Newness of the New Covenant," for the class but also sent the manuscript to John Reisinger, who phoned White to asked him to present the paper the following spring at the 2008 John Bunyan Conference. White has been a regular speaker at the conference ever since and contributed regularly to the Sound of Grace. New Covenant Media published The Newness of the New Covenant in 2008.
In 2010, White wrote his second book, The Law of Christ: A Theological Proposal. By 2014, New Covenant Media had published ten of his books. Blake is currently pastoring a church plant and has a new book on Israel and the Church due for release in early 2017.