Recently, someone from church asked me to recommend some books for Christian guys who want to grow as Christians, as leaders, and as men. The following brief list was my recommendation:
Date Your Wife - Justin Buzzard I know, I know, you're not married yet. But this book spends more time talking about what it means to be a man, created in the image of God, and what it means to be a faithful image bearer than it does about being married.
Crazy Love - Francis Chan Not just a book for men, but a book that uses simple speak to say some challenging things to the church. It will push you.
Don't Waste Your Life - John Piper One of my favorite authors and preachers, this is a partially autobiographical book about how John came to realize the only thing worth pursuing in life.
Death By Love - Mark Driscoll I don't think there's more of a man's man preacher/author than Mark Driscoll. While none of his books are specifically on manhood, this is probably his strongest and most forceful book to date.
The Masculine Mandate - Richard Phillips I've just started reading this, so I can't give you a hearty endorsement yet, but what I've read is good and this is as close as my recommendations have come to a book on biblical manhood.